Highlighting Robert Nye’s Beowulf: A New Telling Chapter II

Continuing to highlight Robert Nye’s Beowulf: A New Telling. Today features Chapter II: A Hall Full of Blood. Be sure to catch the first chapter’s highlights, if you didn’t last week.

I’ve also got a pexels collection where you can check out all the photos (and more) that I’ve gathered for this chapter’s moodboard.

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Highlighting Robert Nye’s Beowulf: A New Telling Chapter I

I read this book back in high school for the one pre-college literature class that sang to my soul: Sci-Fi / Fantasy Honors. Beowulf’s one of the oldest English stories in existence. I read another version of it in college that I plan to go through, but I distinctly remember not getting along with the college version as much as I did Nye’s.

Enjoy my highlights of Robert Nye’s Beowulf: A New Telling; Chapter I, A Ship Without a Sail.

I’ve also got a pexels collection where you can check out all the photos (and more) that I’ve gathered for this chapter’s moodboard.

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Wisdom from Raven

Fair warning, bad fictional parenting. It doesn’t get much worse than your father being an actual, literal demon trying to bring about the end of the world.

“When I use my powers, I have to put a little of my soul into whatever I’m moving. I become a part of it and it becomes a part of me.”

Raven, Teen Titans 2003.
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