#1
Alright, to make a long story short, I have this book I found (hell if I know where it came from), and all I've gotten out of it is that it contains something on Beowulf and Ragnarok. I at least want to know the title of the book to see if it's a general storybook or something else, so I came to the pit for help.

the title on the spine says: "Valdemar Rordam Udvalgte Digte Fra Tyve Aar"

Any help is appreciated
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#3
That is like, ancient danish. Even though us scandi's understand eachother, no way I get that.

Edit: Might be something like: Valdemar Rordam chose you for twenty years? Something like that.

Edit 2: No, I misread it, must be: Valdemar Rordam's chosen poems over twenty years.
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#5
Considering the dude up there said it was poems, and the fact that Beowulf is an epic, I'd assume you have a book of two epic pieces of poetry, Beowulf and Ragnarok. You're not missing out on much.
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#6
Old danish i believe. "Valdemar Rordam (name) chose the poem of twenty years." something like that, hard to decode for a norwegian.
#7
Valdemar Rordam - Chosen Poems from twenty years.
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#9
Well, that was fast. Thank you all!


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Considering the dude up there said it was poems, and the fact that Beowulf is an epic, I'd assume you have a book of two epic pieces of poetry, Beowulf and Ragnarok. You're not missing out on much.


Well, those were the only two I recognized. I know those two very well, as I'm sure alot of people here do too. The book itself has over some 700 pages and alot of different chapters or I guess poems.
A man said to the universe:
"Sir, I exist!"
"However," replied the universe,
"The fact has not created in me
A sense of obligation."

STOP MODERN DAY SLAVERY