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The Seafarer

The Seafarer

  

by Anonymous

The Seafarer: Maybe he'll find God in the ocean True or False

1. What does the Anglo-Saxon word for "paths" (lastas) literally translate to? -> "Paths"
2. What does the speaker call the aging man? -> Grandpa
3. How does one gain humility? -> By winning in war
4. What is the last word of the poem? -> "Farewell"

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