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|Зарубежная проза А-Я Автор Charles G.L. Издательство Книга по Требованию|
No man, he said, should look upon it unwashed, and no living thing should be killed on it. Evidently those who dwelled on the Ness and who were under ThorвЂ™s protection were to pass into this holy hill after death. Such a conception is closely linked with the importance of the family. Like the idea of the dwelling within the burial mound or the departure over the sea, it emphasizes the significance of manвЂ™s link with his ancestors, of the continuance of the family rather than the individual, and the importance of one particular sacred locality. The worship of Thor and Freyr is suited to life in a settled community, and in this differs from the cult of Odin, whose cremation pyres might be raised on battlefields far from home. 6. The Dragon and the Dead No study of the conception of the dead in Germanic mythology would be complete without some mention of the powerful image of the fiery dragon. He was regarded as the guardian of the burial mound, and is so described in the Old English poem Beowulf: Ancient in years, he mounts guard over the heathen gold; yet he is not one whit the better for it. 2276вЂ“7 In this poem we have an incomparable picture of the monster, brooding over his treasure in a megalithic stone chamber inside a burial mound ...
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|The English Poems of John Milton|
|English Poems, Ed. with Life, Intr. and Selected Notes by R.C. Browne|
|Milton's shorter poems|
|English Poems From Chaucer To Kipling|
|The Influence Of Milton On English Poetry|
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