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Department
English
Course
ENG240Y1
Professor
Fabienne Michelet
Semester
Fall

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Riddle C A moth ate words. To me it seemed Moððe word fræt me þæt þuhte a remarkable fate, when I learned of the wrætlicu wyrd þa ic þæt wundor gefrægn marvel, that the worm had swallowed the þæt se wyrm forswealg wera gied sumes speech of a man, a thief in the night, a þeof In þystro þrymfæstne cwide renowned saying and its place itself. Though he swallowed the word the thieving stranger ond þæs strangan staþol stælgiest ne wæs was no whit the wiser. wihte þy gleawra þe he þam wordū swealg Riddle F I am honored among men both near and far; brought from the groves and inhabited hills, Ic eom weorð werum wide funden from vales and from downs. By day I was brungen of bearwum ond of burghleoþū borne on wings through the air and happily of denum ond of dunum dæges mec wægun wafted to the shelter of roofs. Then they feþre on lifte, feredon mid liste bathed me in butts. Now I bind and I under hrofes hleo hæleð mec siþþan scourge
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