Mother-Tongue


Mother-Tongue is a poem by J. J. Hunter about Beowulf's mother, and Grendel's. Skillfully crafted in the style of Seamus Heaney's modern english translation of the anglo saxon epic, it reads like an excerpt of the original poem.

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