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Robert H. Stone: Beowulf beyond Cliff's Notes

Robert H. Stone writes:
I could never get through those "old" translations of Beowulf, but about ten years ago I bought the Heaney version and read the entire thing almost nonstop. Hope everyone will try it. Beowulf: A New Verse Translation by Seamus Heaney, 1999.- Robert H. Stone.
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New vineyard at Western Kentucky University

2011-06-10 - Photo by Bryan Lemon. WKU photo. Vineyard 2: Agriculture professor Todd Willian, center talks with viticulture technician Nathan Howell, right while graduate student Kellee Montgomery of Franklin plants a grape vine June 7, 2011, at the WKU Farm.
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