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A common feature in Anglo-Saxon poetry is the double metaphor, also known as a

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Craig Stewart on December 9, 2018

Kenning.A common feature in Anglo-saxon poetry is the double metaphor, also known as a KENNING.It is often a compound of two words with a hyphen. Example:sky-candle = sunwinter blanket = snowThor of laughter = thunderwound-hoe = swordbattle-sweat = bloodChildren of battle = soldiersrune caller = wizard


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