Boniface

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A return to the 100-word epic form:

https://thedrabble.wordpress.com/2015/08/24/boniface/

The authors of Beowulf would have been aghast at the new form–so short. I mean Beowuf is 3182 lines long, give or take a few, as misrememberings often plagued Anglo-Saxon proponents of the then fledgling genre.

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  1. But then, the authors of Beowulf, (and the readers thereof until recently), not having to keep up with social media, had so much more time on their hands!

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    • Yes, Beowulfians had more time on their hands to subdue sleeping dragons (a hands on task if there ever was one). Taking the time to tweet could easily cost a life. I pine for those days.

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      • “Beowulfians…” has such a nice ring to it….

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      • Don’t get me started on the Pre-Raphaelites! Another beautiful sounding bunch of rogues.

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  2. Ha, and today I can’t even send a 2 worded text from my cell phone – not fast enough with problems.

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