The Question and Answer section for Exeter Book is a great resource to ask questions, find answers, and discuss the novel.
The narrator of the poem begins by describing a damaged stone wall "wrecked by fate". The wall was meant to separate nature from the civilized. It represents man’s hubris as well as his finite role on this Earth. Everything man made, however,...
We move from an omniscient context to a personal context. This gives the reader two perspectives.
Do you mean "The Wall" rather than the Seafarer?