By Joe McKinney
Hellish years. That's how lengthy it's been because the hurricanes flooded the Gulf Coast, and the lifeless rose up from the ruins. The towns have been quarantined; the contaminated, contained. Any unfortunate survivors have been left to fend for themselves. One boatload of refugees manages to make it out alive - yet one passenger consists of the virus. inside weeks, the zombie epidemic spreads around the globe. Now, retired U.S. Marshal Ed Moore needs to lead a bunch of strangers to defense, trying to find sanctuary from the useless. within the North Dakota Grasslands, bands of survivors converge upon a unmarried outpost. Run through a self-appointed preacher of fierce conviction - and scary ideals - it can be humanity's in basic terms desire. yet Ed Moore and the others refuse to go into a suicide pact. They'd relatively stand and struggle within the ultimate conflict opposed to the zombies.
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Bernice L. Webb, "James Bond as Literary Descendant of Beowulf," South Atlantic Quarterly 67 (1968): 1-12; and James R. Hurt, "Grendel's Point of View: Beowulf and William Golding," Modern Fiction Studies 13 (1967): 264-65, both note parallels between Beowulfand modern prose fiction. Lee A. Warren, in "Real Monsters Please: The Importance of Undergraduate Teaching," Journal of General Education 31 (1979): 23-33, argues for leading beginning students to earlier works by way of texts such as Camus's The Plague, which provides a comparative approach to Beowulf.
Ovid, Metamorphoses (Loeb Classical Library no. 42), ed. G. P. Goold (Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1916, rpr. 156-62. 30. 231-39. 31. I am indebted to Keeryung Hong of Harvard University for sharing her research on medieval map production for this hypothesis. 32. " See Joseph Harris, "Love and Death in the Mannerbund: An Essay with Special Reference to the Bjarkamdl and The Battle ofMaldon," in Heroic Poetry in the Anglo-Saxon Period, ed. Helen Damico and John Leyerle (Kalamazoo: Medieval Institute/Western Michigan State University, 1993), 78.
J. R. R. Tolkien, "Beowulf. The Monsters and the Critics," Proceedings of the British Academy 22 (1936): 245-95; reprinted in An Anthology of Beowulf Criticism, ed. Lewis D. : University of Notre Dame, 1963), 51-103; and in Interpretations of "Beowulf": A Critical Anthology, ed. R. D. Fulk (Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1991), 14-44. 5. See, for instance, the collection of essays edited by Allen J. Frantzen, Speaking Two Languages: Traditional Disciplines and Contemporary Theory in Medieval Studies (New York, 1991), and the introduction to R.
Apocalypse of the Dead (Dead World, Book 2) by Joe McKinney