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There are one or two exceptions, of course, including Tony Mitton whose Wayland the Smith won last year's CLPE award, and who should have made it to Daniel Hahn's The Oxford Companion to Children's Literature.
Those who have had not had to lie down with a cold compress can end their embrace of the Anglo-Saxon's influence on popular culture with Maria Sachiko Cecire's study of representations of the legend of Wayland the Smith.
Wayland the smith lives in the dark woods with his warrior brothers and their Swan-Brides.