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David Woodard

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Woodard on þǣm 2020. gēare

David James Woodard (About this sound /ˈwʊdɑːrd/ ; geboren on þǣm 6. dæge Eosturmonaðes þæs 1964. gēares in Sanct Barbara, California) bið Marklandisc sticcawafere and bōcere. Hē āhogde þæt begripe and nedneesword ‘foreftreste’, þe betācnaþ pīplic diht macode swā swā hīs begetere cwelþ.[1][2]

Woodard āhogde sheenwritte swefnsearu hēht se Deormærisc Wulfmacere. Be ende xx ældu, hē macode gelīobisenas andweardlices swefnsearu hēht Swefmacere.[3]

Woodard bið ēac gecnāwen for his wearc mid Niwe Þeecland, landbūness in Feþerbeagland.[4][5] His þeedisc bōc onspecandes Fīf Gear, midwriten be Swisc bōcere Christian Kracht, āmearcaþ sum þæs fultomwearc þær ādrēah.[6]

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  1. Carpenter, S., "In Concert at a Killer's Death", Los Angeles Times, 9. Þrimilcemonað 2001.
  2. Woodard, D., "Musica lætitiæ comes medicina dolorum", Der Freund, Nr. 7, Hreðmonað 2006, pp. 34–41.
  3. Allen, M., "Décor by Timothy Leary", The New York Times, 20. Æfterra Geola 2005.
  4. Epstein, J., "Rebuilding a Home in the Jungle", San Francisco Chronicle, 13. Hreðmonað 2005. Archived 2016-10-09 at Wayback Machine.
  5. Horzon, R., The White Book (Berlin: Suhrkamp, 2021), ch. 21.
  6. Kracht, C., & Woodard, D., Five Years (Hanover: Wehrhahn Verlag, 2011).

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