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A brilliant story of pain and the cold reality, and eventuality, of life. Grendel is a sly, thought-provoking being who, at the end, is almost likeable. Read morePublished 1 month ago by K.N.R.
An allegorical story starring the monster from the Olde English classic, Beowulf. Grendel represents the individual, while the Vikings represent society. Read morePublished 1 month ago by SpinChin
This novel comments on poems as a source of meaning for those who adopted literary forms of life as an activity that retains some glory when it has all been said and done. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Bruce P. Barten
book's description was vague, expected a publishers copy with dust jacket received a library copy with plain black cardboard covers, nothing like the one in the picture .Published 3 months ago by billroth
Reading this was like swimming upstream with snow pants, boots, and a very bulky coat on. Nonflowing and utterly boring. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Cicelyman