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Midgard

region between heaven and hell where men live. [Norse Myth.: Wheeler, 242]
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The Middangeard is presented in terms of destitution and follows what Chris Fitter calls the "ecological" pattern of presentation that "scans nature as the field of potential satisfaction of requirements for subsistence and security" (2005:11).
6) Truly, Middangeard is depicted in Genesis A in the way that Anglo-Saxon elegies lament the transience of life.
Here I must hasten to add that besides middangeard Old English uses another compound middaneard.
discussing adjective-noun modification, which has been assumed to be an intermediate stage of our godspell and middangeard, says when referring, to a good knife: "Good evaluates an object in its capacity to serve some function; in the absence of a specified function.