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Title : Wulnoth the Wanderer: A Story of King Alfred of England
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ISBN : 0024784818
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Number of Pages : 306 Pages
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Wulnoth the Wanderer: A Story of King Alfred of England Reviews

  • Laura
    2018-11-14 06:37

    Free download available at Project Gutenberg.FOREWORDThe song of Wulnoth, the born thrall, who was called the Wanderer; the song of the nameless and the landless man who aided two kings to gain kingdoms."The song of his friendship for Guthred the prince; the song of his wanderings to find his friend. The song of his perils and warrings, and of his slaying of Hungwar the Dane. The song of his friendship with Alfred the Bretwalda of the West Saxons, and of his love for Edgiva the Beautiful. The song of his turning to the Life Giver; the song of his last fight with Jarl Eric, on the field of the great slaughter. This is the song."And this song did Gyso the Gleeman sing by command of Edward the King, the son of Alfred, that the name and the deeds of Wulnoth might not perish, but be remembered by all men."