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In Ashley Crownover's debut, the classic tale of Beowulf is retold from the perspective of Wealtheow, Queen of the Danes. After centuries of silence, Wealtheow provides a woman's perspective on the issues facing her people, raising intriguing literary questions in a readable, modern writing style.

As a young bride, Wealtheow is thrust into the role of "Peaceweaver" to prevent war between the Danes and Helmings, marrying Hrothgar, the renowned king of the Danes. She struggles to provide an heir and to serve her people. The skies darken with ominous foreboding, as their lives are suddenly ripped apart by the terror of a vengeful and unconquerable beast that destroys their illusion of invulnerability. Through years of hardship, she leads her people playing a pivotal role in their redemption at the hand of the hero Beowulf.

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In Ashley Crownover's debut, the classic tale of Beowulf is retold from the perspective of Wealtheow, Queen of the Danes. After a century of silence, Wealtheow provides a woman's perspective on the issues facing her people, raising intriguing literary questions in a readable, modern writing style.

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ISBN:
9781596523913
Subtitle:
Her Telling of Beowulf
Author:
Crownover, Ashley
Author:
Crownover, Ashley
Publisher:
Turner
Subject:
Fantasy - Historical
Subject:
Alternative History
Subject:
Literary
Subject:
Literature-A to Z
Edition Description:
Print PDF
Publication Date:
20080405
Binding:
Paperback
Grade Level:
- Up
Language:
English
Pages:
195
Dimensions:
8.49x5.50x.60 in. .74 lbs.
Age Level:
15-UP

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In Ashley Crownover's debut, the classic tale of Beowulf is retold from the perspective of Wealtheow, Queen of the Danes. After a century of silence, Wealtheow provides a woman's perspective on the issues facing her people, raising intriguing literary questions in a readable, modern writing style.
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