The Anglo-saxon Literature

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Indeed, the Rood appears as a hero in the Anglo-Saxon society for it reflects the values of many figures that suffer with their Lord. The Rood shares the suffering endured by Christ. It does not regret its pains but sympathizes with Christ as it brings unto itself the hostilities directed at Christ...
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Thus, it states, ?°[how] they mocked at us both?±(?°The Rood?±, 51). Suffering with the members of the community proves important to a hero in the Anglo-Saxon literature. In ?°The Battle of Maldon,?± a band of warriors fight to save their community, more specifically, fight to ?°serve the Earl?±(The Battle of Maldon, 11)...
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