Beowulf: Bibliography

This is a "Warts and All" bibliography and has not been maintained since 1998. Many thanks to Marley Washum for her work on this list. Call numbers for resources in UCA's Torreyson Library are noted where relevant.

Bibliography and Reference

Bosworth, Joseph. An Anglo-Saxon Dictionary. Ed. T. Northcote Toller. Oxford: Clarendon, 1882-1898. Ref. PE279 .B5

Godden, Malcolm, and Michael Lapidge, eds. The Cambridge Companion to Old English Literature. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 1991. PR173 .C36 1991

Greenfield, Stanley B. A Critical History of Old English Literature. New York: New York UP, 1965. PR173 .G7

Greenfield, Stanley B., and Daniel G. Calder. A New Critical History of Old English Literature. New York: New York UP, 1986. PR173 .G73 1986

Greenfield, Stanley B., and Fred C. Robinson. A Bibliography of Publications on Old English Literature, from the Beginnings through 1972. Toronto: U of Toronto P, 1980. Z2012 .G83

Recent Periodical Literature and Books

Aitches, Marian Annette. "Beowulf: Myth as a Structural and Thematic Key." Dissertation Abstracts International 51.5 (Nov. 1990): 1606A.

Albrecht, Roberta Adams. "Beowulf." Explicator 40.4 (Summer 1982): 4-6.

Alfano, Christine. "The Issue of Feminine Monstrosity: A Reevelation of Grendel's Mother." Comitatus 23 (1992): 1-16.

Allen, David G. "The Coercive Ideal of Beowulf." Literary and Historical Perspectives of the Middle Ages. Ed. Patricia W. Cummins et al. Morgantown: West Virginia UP, 1982. 120-32.

Amos, Ashley Crandell. "An Eleventh-Century Beowulf." Review [Blacksburg, VA] 4 (1982): 335-45.

Anderson, J. J. "The 'Cuthe Folme' in Beowulf." Neophilologus 67.1 (1983): 126-130.

Anderson, Earl R. "Beowulf's Retreat from Frisia: Analogues from the Fifth and Eighth Centuries." English Language Notes 19.2 (1981): 89-93.

Andersson, Theodore. "The Thief in Beowulf." Speculum 59 (1984): 493-508.

Andersson, Theodore M. "Heathen Sacrifice in Beowulf and Rimbert's Life of Ansgar." Medievalia et Humanistica 13 (1985): 65-74.

Andrew, Malcolm. "Grendel in Hell." English Studies [Nijmegen, Netherlands] 62 (1981): 401-10.

Assunto, Karen Knapp. "The Prosody of the 'Advent Lyrics.'" Dissertation Abstracts International 47.3 (1986): 895A.

Atkinson, Stephen C. B. "'Oð ðaet an Ongan . . . Draca Ricsian': Beowulf, the Dragon, and Kingship." Publications of the Missouri Philological Association 11 (1986): 1-10.

Atkinson, Stephen. "Beowulf and the Grendel-Kin: Thane, Avenger, King." Publications of the Missouri Philological Association 9 (1984): 58-66.

Baker, Peter S. "Beowulf the Orator." Journal of English Linguistics 21.1 (1988): 3-23.

Balcom, Cynthia Ann. "Ideal Structures in Hrothgar's Ræd." Dissertation Abstracts International 50.5 (1989): 1308A.

Bammesberger, Alfred. "The Conclusion of Wealhtheow's Speech (Beowulf 1231)." Neuphilologische Mitteilungen 91.2 (1990): 207-08.

Bammesberger, Alfred.. "Die Lesart in Beowulf 1382a." Anglia 108.3-4 (1990): 314-26.

Bammesberger, Alfred.. "On Old English Gefraegnod in Beowulf 1333a." Linguistics across Historical and Geographical Boundaries: In Honor of Jacek Fisiak on the Occasion of His Fiftieth Birthday, I: Linguistic Theory and Historical Linguistics; II: Descriptive, Contrastive and Applied Linguistics. Ed. Dieter Kastovsky and Aleksander Szwedek. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter, 1986. 193-97.

Bammesberger, Alfred.. "A Note on Beowulf 83b." Neuphilologische Mitteilungen 93 (1982): 24-25.

Barquist, Claudia Russell. "Phonological Patterning in Beowulf." Dissertation Abstracts International 46.5 (1985): 1263A.

Barquist, Claudia Russell. "Phonological Patterning in Beowulf." Literary and Linguistic Computing 2.1 (1987): 19-23.

Barquist, Claudia Russell, and D. L. Shie. "Computer Analysis of Alliteration in Beowulf Using Distinctive Feature Theory." Literary and Lingusitic Computing 6.4 (1991): 274-80.

Battaglia, Frank. "The Germanic Earth Goddess in Beowulf." The Mankind Quarterly 31.4 (1991): 415-46.

Bauschatz, Paul C. The Well and the Tree: World and Time in Early Germanic Culture. Amherst: U of Massachusetts P, 1982.

Beach, Sarah. "Loss and Recompense: Responsibilities in Beowulf." Mythlore 18.2 (1992): 55-65.

Beard, D. J. "A þa Bitu Engi Jarn: A Brief Note on the Concept of Invulnerability in the Old Norse Sagas." Occasional Papers in Linguistics and Language Learning 8 (1981): 13-31.

Bellman, James Fredrick, Jr. "The Institutional Environment of Beowulf." Dissertation Abstracts International 46.10 (1986): 3026A.

Bennet, Helen Teresa. "Extra Alliteration as a Stylistic Device in Beowulf." Dissertation Abstracts International 41.12 (1981): 5094A.

Bennett, Helen. "The Female Mourner at Beowulf's Funeral: Filling in the Blanks / Hearing the Spaces." Exemplaria 4.1 (1992): 35-50.

Berkhout, Carl T., and Renée Medine. "Beowulf 770a: Reþe renweardas." Notes & Queries 33.4 (1986): 433-34.

Berlin, Gail Ivy. "Grendel's Advance on Heorot: The Functions of Anticipation." Proceedings of the PMR Conference 11 (1986): 19-26.

Bethel, Patricia. "On the Combination of A-Types into Lines in Beowulf." Notes & Queries 229.3 (1984): 292-293.

Bhattacharya, Prodosh. "Hrothgar's 'Sermon' in Beowulf." Journal of the Department of English (Calcutta University) 22.1-2 (1986-1987): 148-60.

Bliss, Alan. "Auxiliary and Verbal in Beowulf." Anglo-Saxon England 9 (1981): 157-82.

Blockly, Mary. "Perfecting the Old English Past: Beowulf 2 and Limits on the Equivalence of the Old English Simple Past and Present Perfect." Philological Quarterly 70.2 (1991): 124-39.

Bloom, Harold, ed. Beowulf: Modern Critical Interpretations. New York: Chelsea, 1987.

Boenig, Robert. "Very Sharp/Unsharp, Unpeace/Firm Peace: Morphemic Ambiguity in Beowulf." Neophiloligus 76.2 (1991): 275-82.

Boenig, Robert. "Time Markers and Treachery: The Crux at Beowulf 1130." English Language Notes 24.4 (1987): 1-9.

Bohrer, Randall. "Beowulf and the Bog People." Literary and Historical Perspectives of the Middle Ages. Ed. Patricia W. Cummins et al. Morgantown: West Virginia UP, 1982. 133-47.

Bolton, W. F. "A Poetic Formula in Beowulf and Seven Other Old English Poems: A Computer Study." Computers and the Humanities 19.3 (1985): 167-73.

Bondar, N. F. "Funksionirovanie sinonimov v opisaniiakh prirody v poeme 'Beovul'f'." Sistemnyi analiz khudozhestvennogo teksta. Ed. R. A. Kiseleva. Vologda: Vologodskii gosudarstvennyi pedagogicheskii inst., 1989. 15-25.

Bosse, Roberta Bux, and Jennifer Lee Wyatt. "Hrothgar and Nebuchadnezzar: Conversion in Old English Verse." Papers on Language and Literature 23 (1987): 257-71.

Boyle, Leonard E. "The Nowell Codex and the Poem of Beowulf." The Dating of Beowulf. Ed. Colin Chase. Toronto: U of Toronto P, 1981. 23-32.

Bradley, S. A. J. "Grundtvig, Anglo-Saxon Literature, and 'Ordets Kamp til Seier'." Grundtvig Studier 41 (1989-1990): 216-45.

Brady, Caroline. "'Warriors' in Beowulf: An Analysis of the Nominal Compounds and an Evaluation of the Poet's Use of Them." Anglo-Saxon England 11 (1983): 199-246.

Braeger, Peter C. "Connotations of (Earm) Sceapen: Beowulf 11. 2228-2229 and the Shape-Shifting Dragon." Essays in Literature (Macomb, IL) 13.2 (1986): 327-30.

Bragg, Lois. "Color Words in Beowulf." Proceedings of the PMR Conference 7 (1982): 47-55.

Breeze, Andrew. "Beowulf 875-902 and the Sculptures at Sanguesa, Spain." Notes & Queries 38.1 (1991): 2-13.

Bremmer, Rolf H., Jr., Jan van den Berg, and David F. Johnson. Notes on "Beowulf". Leeds: Leeds Studies in English, 1991.

Brennan, Malcom M. "Hrothgar's Government." Journal of English and Germanic Philology 84 (1985): 3-15.

Brinton, Laurel J. "A Linguistic Approach to Certain Old English Stylistic Devices." Studia Neophilologica 59 (1987): 177-85.

Brynteson, William E. "Beowulf, Monsters, and Manuscripts: Classical Associations." Res Publica Litterarum [Italy] 5.2 (1982): 41-57.

Busse, W. G., and R. Holtei. "Beowulf and the Tenth Century." Bulletin of the John Rylands University Library of Manchester 63 (1981): 285-329.

Butts, Richard. "The Analogical Mere: Landscape and Terror in Beowulf." English Studies [Nijmegen, Netherlands] 68 (1987): 113-21.

Cable, Thomas. "Metrical Style as Evidence for the Date of Beowulf." The Dating of Beowulf. Ed. Colin Chase. Toronto: U of Toronto P, 1981. 77-82.

Calder, Daniel G. "Figurative Language and Its Contexts in Andreas: A Study of Medieval Expressionsim." Modes of Interpretation in Old English Literature. Ed. Phyllis Rugg Brown, Georgia Ronan Crampton, and Fred C. Robinson. Toronto: U of Toronto P, 1986. 115-36.

Camargo, Martin. "The Finn Episode and the Tragedy of Revenge in Beowulf." Studies in Philology 78.5 (1981): 120-34.

Cameron, Angus, et al. "A Reconsideration of the Language of Beowulf." The Dating of Beowulf. Ed. Colin Chase. Toronto: U of Toronto P, 1981. 33-82.

Cassidy, Frederic G. "Knowledge of Beowulf in Its Own Time." The Yearbook of Research in English and American Literature [Germany] 1 (1982): 1-12.

Cavill, Paul. "A Note on Beowulf: Lines 2490-2509." Neophilologus 67 (1983): 599-604.

Cermak, Jan. "Beowulf 566: What Ebbing Waves Would Leave." Brno Studies in English 19 (1991): 45-53.

Chase, Colin. "Beowulf, Bede, and St. Oswine: The Hero's Pride in Old English Hagiography." The Anglo-Saxons: Synthesis and Achievement. Ed. J. Douglas Woods and David A. E. Pelteret. Waterloo: Wilfrid Laurier UP, 1985. 37-48.

Chase, Colin, ed. The Dating of Beowulf. Toronto: U of Toronto P, 1982.

Chase, Colin. "Opinions on the Date of Beowulf, 1815-1980." The Dating of Beowulf. Ed. Colin Chase. Toronto: U of Toronto P, 1981. 3-8.

Chase, Colin. "Saints' Lives, Royal Lives, and the Date of Beowulf." The Dating of Beowulf. Ed. Colin Chase. Toronto: U of Toronto P, 1981. 161-71.

Cherniss, Michael D. "'Beowulf Was Not There': Compositional Implications of Beowulf." Oral Tradition 4.3 (Oct. 1989): 316-29.

Chickering, Howell D. "Correction Sheet for Howell D. Chickering, ed., Beowulf: A Dual-Language Edition." Old English Newsletter 15.1 (1981): 12.

Chickering, Howell D. "Lyric Time in Beowulf." Journal of English and Germanic Philology 91.4 (1992): 489-509.

Christensen, Bonniejean. "Tolkien's Creative Technique: Beowulf and The Hobbit." Mythlore 15.3 (Spring 1989): 4-10.

Clemoes, Peter. "Style as the Criterion for Dating the Composition of Beowulf." The Dating of Beowulf. Ed. Colin Chase. Toronto: U of Toronto P, 1981. 173-85.

Cohen, Jeffrey J. "The Use of Monsters and the Middle Ages." SELIM 2 (1992): 47-69.

"Colin Chase, ed., The Dating of Beowulf and Martin Pohvel, Beowulf and Celtic Tradition." English Studies in Canada 9 (1983): 361-371.

Collins, Rowland. "Blickling Homily XVI and the Dating of Beowulf." Medieval Studies Conference Aachen 1983: Language and Literature. Ed. Wolf Dietrich Bald. Frankfort: Lang, 1984. 61-69.

Conner, Patrick W. "The Section Numbers in the Beowulf Manuscript." American Notes & Queries 24.3-4 (1985): 33-7.

Conquergood, Dwight. "Boasting in Anglo-Saxon England: Performance and the Heroic Ethos." Literature in Performance 1.2 (1981): 24-35.

Conquergood, Dwight. "Literacy and Oral Performance in Anglo-Saxon England: Conflict and Confluence of Traditions." Performance of Literature in Historical Perspectives. Ed. David W. Thomson et al. Lanham: UP of America, 1983. 107-45.

Cox, Rosemary D. "Bronwen: Dickey and the Making of a Myth." Dekalb Literary Arts Journal 19.3-4 (1986): 2-5.

Creed, Robert P. "The Basis of the Meter of Beowulf." Approaches to Beowulfian Scansion. Ed. Alain Renoir and Ann Hernandez. Berkeley: U of California Department of English, Old English Colloquium, 1982. 27-35.

Creed, Robert P. "Beowulf on the Brink: Information Theory as Key to the Origins of the Poem." Comparative Research on Oral Traditions. Ed. John Miles Foley. Columbus: Slavica, 1987. 139-60.

Creed, Robert P. "Beowulf's Fourth Act." De Gustibus: Essays for Alain Renoir. Ed. John Miles Foley, J. Chris Womack, and Whitney A. Womack. New York: Garland, 1992. 85-109.

Creed, Robert P. "A Student of Oral Traditions Looks at the Origins of Language." Studies in Language Origins, I. Ed. Jan Wind et al. Philadelphia: Benjamins, 1989. 43-52.

Crepin, Andre. "L'Espace du texte et l'esprit liturgique dans la civilisation vieil-anglaise." Liturgie et espace liturgique. Paris: Didier, 1987. 49-58.

Cronan, Dennis. "Allitertive Rank in Old English Poetry." Studia Neophilologica 58.2 (1986): 145-58.

Cronan, Dennis. "Lofgeorn: Generosity and Praise." Neuphilologische Mitteilungen 92 (1991): 187-94.

Cronan, Dennis. "Old English Gelad: 'A Passage across Water.'" Neophilologus 71 (1987): 316-19.

Dahlberg, Charles R. "Beowulf and the Land of Unlikeness." CUNY English Forum. Vol. 1. Ed. Saul N. Brody and Harold Schechter. New York: AMS, 1985. 105-27.

Daldorph, Brian. "'Mar-Peace,' Ally: Hunferð in Beowulf." Massachusetts Studies in English 10.3 (1986): 143-60.

Damico, Helen. "Sorlaattr and the Hama Episode in Beowulf." Scandinavian Studies 55 (1983): 222-35.

Damico, Helen. "Þrymskviða and Beowulf's Second Fight: The Dressing of the Hero in Parody." Scandinavian Studies 58.4 (1986): 407-28.

Davis, Craig Robert. "The Structure of Legendary History in Britain." Dissertation Abstracts International 44.12 (1984): 3680A.

De Roo, Harvey. "Beowulf 2223b: A Thief by Any Other Name?" Modern Philology 79 (1982): 297-304.

Denton, Robert F. "Beowulf, the Thorkelin Transcripts and the Resistance to Reading." Analytical and Enumerative Bibliography 2.3 (1988): 101-06.

Deratzian, David L. "Runic Mysticism and the Names in Beowulf." Literary Onomastics Studies 12 (1985): 119-36.

Derolez, Rene. "Hrothgar King of Denmark." Multiple Worlds, Multiple Words. Ed. Hena Maes Jelinek, Pierre Michel, and Paulette Michel Michot. Liege: Univ. de Liege, 1987. 51-58.

Deskis, Susan Elizabeth. "Proverbial Backgrounds to the Sententiae of 'Beowulf.'" Dissertation Abstracts International 52.11 (1992): 3919A.

Diller, Hans Jurgen. "Contiguity and Similarity in the Beowulf Digressions." Medieval Studies Conference Aachen 1983: Language and Literature. Ed. Wolf Dietrich Bald. Frankfort: Lang, 1984. 71-83.

Diller, Hans Jurgen. "Literacy and Orality in Beowulf: The Problem of Reference." Mundichkeit und Schriftlichkeit im englischen Mittelalter. Ed. Willi Erzgraber and Sabine Volk. Tubingen: Narr, 1988. 15-25.

Diller, Hans Jurgen. "Old Stories in other Words: The Historicity Of Linguistic Systems as a Problem in translating Beowulf into Modern German." Geschichte, System, literarische Ubersetzung / Histories, Systems, Literary Translations. Ed. Harald Kittel. Berlin: Schmidt, 1992. 281-306.

Doig, J. F. "Beowulf 3096b: Curse of Consequence?" English Language Notes 19.1 (1981): 3-6.

Donoghue, Daniel. "On the Classification of B-Verses with Anacrusis in Beowulf and Andreas." Notes & Queries 34.1 (1987): 1-5.

Dumville, David N. "Beowulf Come Lately: Some Notes on the Palaeography of the Nowell Codex." Archiv 225.1 (1988): 49-63.

Duncan, Ian. "Epitaph for Æglæcan Narrative Strife in Beowulf." Beowulf: Modern Critical Interpretations. Ed. Harold Bloom. New York: Chelsea, 1987. 111-30.

Earl, James W. "Apocalyptism [sic] and Mourning in Beowulf." Thought 57 (1982): 362-70.

Earl, James W. "Beowulf and the Origins of Civilization." Speaking Two Languages: Traditional Disciplines and Contemporary Theory in Medieval Studies. Ed. Allen J. Frantzen. Albany: SUNY P, 1991. 65-89.

Earl, James W. "Transformation of Chaos: Immanence and Transcendence in Beowulf and Other Old English Poetry." Ultimate Reality and Meaning 10.3 (1987): 164-85.

Enright, Michael J. "Lady with a Mead-Cup: Ritual, Group Cohesion and Hierarchy in the Germanic Warband." Fruhmittelalterforschung Studien 22 (1988): 179-203.

Eto, Yasuharu. "A Note on Beowulf l. 447a." Medieval English Studies Newsletter 20 (1989): 16-18.

Evans, Jonathan Duane. "A Semiotic of the Old English Dragon." Dissertation Abstracts International 45.6 (1984): 1746A.

Fajardo-Acosta, Fedel. "Intemperance, Fratricide, and the Elusiveness of Grendel." English Studies 73.3 (1992): 205-10.

Fajardo-Acosta, Fedel. "The Serpent in the Mirror: Heroism and Tragedy in Beowulf." Dissertation Abstracts International 49.8 (Feb. 1989): 2210A.

Farina, Peter. "The Christian Color in Beowulf: Fact or Fiction." The Language Quarterly 20.1-2 (1981): 21-26.

Farrell, Eleanor. "The Epic Hero and Society: Cuchulainn, Beowulf and Roland." Mythlore 13.1 (1986): 25-8, 50.

Feldman, Thalia Phillies. "A Comparative Study of Feond, Deofl, Syn, and Hel in Beowulf." Neuphilologische Mitteilungen 88 (1987): 159-74.

Feldman, Thalia Phillies. "Grendel and Cain's Descendents." Literary Onomastics Studies 8 (1981): 71-87.

Fenny, Sarah J. "The Funeral Pyre Theme in Beowulf." De Gustibus: Essays for Alain Renoir. Ed. John Miles Foley, J. Chris Womack, and Whitney A. Womack. New York: Garland, 1992. 185-200.

Florey, Kenneth. "Grendel, Evil, 'Allegory,' and Dramatic Development in Beowulf." Essays in Arts and Sciences 17 (1988): 83-95.

Foley, Joanne De Lavan. "Feasts and Anti-Feasts in Beowulf and the Odyssey." Oral Traditional Literatures: A Festschrift for Albert Bates Lord. Ed. John Miles Foley. Columbus, OH: Slavica, 1981. 235-61.

Foley, John Miles. "Narrativity in Beowulf, The Odyssey and the Serbo-Croatian 'Return Song.'" Classical Models in Literature. Ed. Zoran Konstantinovic, Warren Anderson, and Walter Dietre. Innsbruck: Inst. fur Sprachwissenschaft der Univ. Innsbruck, 1981. 296-301.

Foley, John Miles. "The Scansion of Beowulf in Its Indo-European Context." Approaches to Beowulfian Scansion. Ed. Alain Renoir and Ann Hernandez. Berkeley: U of California Department of English, Old English Colloquium, 1982. 7-17.

Foley, John Miles. Traditional Oral Epics: The Odyssey, Beowulf, and the Serbo-Croatian Return Song. Berkeley: U of California P, 1990.

Frank, Roberta. "The Beowulf Poet's Sense of History." The Wisdom of Poetry: Essays in Early English Literature in Honor of Morton W. Bloomfield. Ed. Larry Benson and Siegfried Wenzel. Kalamazoo: Western Michigan U, Medieval Institute Pubs., 1982. 53-65.

Frank, Roberta. "Did Anglo-Saxon Audiences Have a Skaldic Tooth?" Scandinavian Studies 59 (1987): 338-55.

Frank, Roberta. "'Mere' and 'Sund': Two Sea-Changes in Beowulf." Modes of Interpretation in Old English Literature. Ed. Phyllis Rugg Brown, Georgia Ronan Crampton, Fred C. Robinson, and Kim R. Stafford. Toronto: U of Toronto P, 1986. 153-72.

Frank, Roberta. "Old Norse Memorial Eulogies and the Ending of Beowulf." The Early Middle Ages. Ed. William H. Snyder. Binghamton: CMERS, SUNY-Binghamton, 1982. 1-19.

Frank, Roberta. "Skaldic Verse and the Date of Beowulf." The Dating of Beowulf. Ed. Colin Chase. Toronto: U of Toronto P, 1981. 123-39.

Frantzen, Allen J. "Writing the Unreadable Beowulf: 'Writan' and 'forwritan,' the Pen and the Sword." Exemplaria 3.2 (1991): 327-57.

Frese, Dolores Warwick. "The Scansion of Beowulf: Critical Implications." Approaches to Beowulfian Scansion. Ed. Alain Renoir and Ann Hernandez. Berkeley: U of California Department of English, Old English Colloquium, 1982. 37-46.

Frey, Leonard. "Comitatus as a Rhetorical-Structural Norm for Two Germanic Epics." Recovering Literature 14 (1986): 51-70.

Frisby, Deborah S. "'Daring' and 'Foolish' Renderings: On the Meaning of dollic in Beowulf." ANQ 4.2 (1991): 59-63.

Fry, Donald K. "Launching Ships in Beowulf 210-216 and Brunanburh 32b-36." Modern Philology 79.1 (1981): 61-66.

Fujiwara, Hiroshi. "The Relative Clauses in Beowulf." Lingusitics across Historical and Geographical Boundaries: In Honour of Jacek Fisiak on the Occasion of His Fiftieth Birthday, I: Linguistic Theory and Historical Lingusitics; II: Descriptive, Contrastive and Applied Linguistics. Ed. Dieter Kastovsky and Aleksander Szwedek. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter, 1986. 311-16.

Fulk, R. D. "Dating Beowulf to the Viking Age." Philological Quarterly 61 (1982): 341-57.

Fulk, R. D. "An Eddic Analogue to the Scyld Scefing Story." Review of English Studies 40 (Aug. 1989): 313-22.

Fulk, R. D. "Unferth and His Name." Modern Philology 85.2 (1987): 113-27.

Galloway, Andrew. "Beowulf and the Varieties of Choice." Publications of the Modern Language Association 105 (1990): 197-208.

Geekie, Keith Morgan. "An Interlace of Landscapes: 'Beowulf', 'Dombey and Son', and the Aesthetics of Contrast." Dissertation Abstracts International 51.11 (1991): 3752A.

Georgianna, Linda. "King Hrethel's Sorrow and the Limits of Heroic Action in Beowulf." Speculum 62 (1987): 829-50.

Gerritsen, Johan. "Emending Beowulf 2253-Some Matters of Principle: With a Supplement on 389-90, 1372 & 240." Neophilologus 73.3 (1989): 448-53.

Gerritsen, Johan. "Have with You to Lexington! The Beowulf Manuscript and Beowulf." In Other Words: Transcultural Studies in Philology, Translation, and Lexicology Presented to Hans Heinrich Meier on the Occasion of His Sixty-Fifth Birthday. Ed. Lachlan J. Mackenzie and Richard Todd. Dordrecht: Foris, 1989. 15-34.

Gerritsen, Johan. "The Thorkelin Transcripts of Beowulf: A Codicological Description, with Notes on Their Genesis and History." The Library 13.1 (1991): 1-22.

Gilbert, Anthony J. "The Ambiguity of Fate and Narrative Form in Some Germanic Poetry." Yearbook of English Studies 22 (1992): 1-16.

Glosecki, Stephen O. "Beowulf 769: Grendel's Ale-Share." English Language Notes 25.1 (1987): 1-9.

Glosecki, Stephen O. "Response to James Weldon's Critique of 'Wolf of the Bees: Germanic Shamanism and the Bear Hero' JRS 2/1 Winter, 1988." Journal of Ritual Studies 2.2 (1988): 257-62.

Glosecki, Stephen O, and James Weldon (response). "Wolf of the Bees: Germanic Shamanism and the Bear Hero." Journal of Ritual Studies 2.1 (1988): 31-57.

Goffart, Walter. "Hetware and Hugas: Datable Anachronisms in Beowulf." The Dating of Beowulf. Ed. Colin Chase. Toronto: U of Toronto P, 1981. 83-100.

Gould, Kent. "Beowulf and Folktale Morphology: God as Magical Donor." Folklore 96.1 (1985): 98-103.

Gray, John. "The Finn Episode in Beowulf: Line 1085(b) ac hig him gethingo budon." Words and Wordsmiths: A Volume for H. L. Rogers. Ed. Geraldine Barnes et al. Sydney: Dept. of English, U of Sydney, 1989. 32-39.

Green, Brian. "Interlocking Denotations in Beowulf." Unisa English Studies 27.2 (1989): 21-25.

Green, Brian. "Lof: Interlocking Denotations in Beowulf." Journal of the Department of English, Calcutta University 27 (Sept. 1989): 21-25.

Greene, Jesse Laurence. "Object-Verb and Verb-Object Sequences in Beowulf." Journal of Indo-European Studies 10 (1982): 71-115.

Greenfield, Stanley B. "Of Words and Deeds: The Coastguard's Maxim Once More." The Wisdom of Poetry: Essays in Early English Literature in Honor of Morton W. Bloomfield. Ed. Larry Dean Benson and Siegfried Wenzel. Kalamazoo: Western Michigan U, Medieval Institute Pubs., 1982. 45-51.

Greenfield, Stanley B. "A Touch of the Monstrous in the Hero, or Beowulf Re-Marvellized." English Studies [Nijmegen, Netherlands] 63.2 (Apr. 1982): 294-307.

Greenland, Colin. "From Beowulf to Kafka: The Difficulty of Titus Alone." The Mervyn Peake Review 12 (1981): 4-9.

Griffin, Henry William. "Beer, Beowulf, and the English Literature Syllabus." Bulletin of the New York C. S. Lewis Society 17.4 (1986): 1-3.

Gruber, Loren C. "Forethought: The New Weapon in Beowulf." In Geardagum 12 (1991): 1-14.

Haarder, Andreas. "The Seven Beowulf Reviewers: Latest or Last Identifications." English Studies [Nijmegen, Netherlands] 69 (1988): 289-92.

Hale, Steven Lee. "Embedded Narratives in The Iliad, Beowulf, and The Song of Roland: Text and Context." Dissertation Abstracts International 47.1 (1986): 171A.

Handelman, Anita F. "Wulfgar at the Door: Beowulf, ll. 389b-90a." Neophilologus 72 (1988): 475-77.

Hanley, Wayne. "Grendel's Humanity Again." In Geardagum 11 (1990): 5-13.

Hanning, Robert. "Beowulf and Anglo-Saxon Poetry." European Writers: The Middle Ages and the Renaissance, I: Prudentius to Medieval Drama; II: Petrarch to Renaissance Short Fiction. Ed. William T. H. Jackson. New York: Scribner's, 1983. 51-87.

Hansen, Elaine Tuttle. "Hrothgar's 'Sermon' in Beowulf as Parental Wisdom." Anglo-Saxon England 10 (1982): 53-67.

Harris, A. Leslie. "Litotes and Superlative in Beowulf." English Studies [Nijmegen, Netherlands] 69 (1988): 1-11.

Harris, A. Leslie. "Techniques of Pacing in Beowulf." English Studies [Nijmegen, Netherlands] 63.2 (Apr. 1982): 97-108.

Harris, Anne Leslie. "Hands, Helms, and Heroes: The Role of Proper Names in Beowulf." Neuphilologische Mitteilungen 83 (1982): 414-21.

Harris, Joseph. "Beowulf in Literary History." Pacific Coast Philology 17.1-2 (1982): 16-23.

Harris, Joseph. "Beowulf's Last Words." Speculum 67 (1992): 1-32.

Hart, Thomas Elwood. "Calculated Casualties in Beowulf: Geometrical Scaffolding and Verbal Symbol." Studia Neophilologica 53 (1981): 3-35.

Hashimoto, Shuichi. "On Norman E. Eliason's 'The "Thryth-Offa Episode" in Beowulf.'" Sophia English Studies [Japan] 7 (1982): 1-10.

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Steidle, Edward. "The Ideal Leadership in Beowulf and Roland: A Study of the Poems from the Point of View of Contemporary Chronicles." Dissertation Abstracts International 42.1 (1981): 205A-206A

Stephenson, Edward A. "Hopkins' 'Sprung Rhythm' and the Rhythm of Beowulf." Victorian Poetry 19 (1981): 97-116.

Stigers, Frederick William Jackson. "The Music of Wyrd's Web: Germanic Traditional Typescenes in 'Beowulf,' 'Sir Gawain and the Green Knight,' and other Old English and Germanic Narratives." Dissertation Abstracts International 51.8 (1991): 2758A.

Storm, Melvin. "Genealogy in Beowulf." Old English Newsletter 14.2 (1981): 19-20.

Sullivan, C. W. "Name and Lineage Patterns: Aragorn and Beowulf." Extrapolation 25 (1984): 239-46.

Suzuki, Seiichi. "On Reducing Type D* to Type D in the Meter of Beowulf." Neuphilologische Mitteilungen 93 (1992): 257-69.

Swanton, M. J. Crisis and Development in Germanic Society 700-800: Beowulf and the Burden of Kingship. Goppingen: Kummerle, 1982.

Swearer, Randolph, et al. Beowulf: A Likeness. New Haven: Yale UP, 1990.

Talbot, Annelise. "Sigemund the Dragon-Slayer." Folklore 94.2 (1983): 153-162.

Tally, Joyce Ann. "The Dragon's Progress: The Significance of the Dragon in Beowulf, Volsunga Saga, Das Nibelungenlied, and Der Ring des Nibelungen." Dissertation Abstracts International 44.6 (1983): 1786A-1787A.

Taylor, P. B., and P. H. Salus. "Old English Alf Walda." Neophilologus 66 (1982): 440-42.

Taylor, Paul B., and R. Evan Davis. "Some Alliterative Misfits in the Beowulf MS." Neophilologus 66 (1982): 614-21.

Taylor, Paul B. "Beowulf 1130, 1875, and 2006: In Defence of the Manuscript." Neuphilologische Mitteilungen 82 (1981): 357-59.

Taylor, Paul Beekman. "Beowulf 4-6a: Scyld's Scaþan." In Geardagum 7 (1986): 37-43.

Taylor, Paul Beekman. "A Beowulf Analogue in Alfred's Boethius." Notes & Queries 39.3 (1992): 264-65.

Taylor, Paul Beekman. "Beowulf's Family: Lexicography and Commodity." Archiv fur das Studium der Neueren Sprachen und Literaturen 228.1 (1991): 90-98.

Taylor, Paul Beekman. "Beowulf's Second Grendel Fight." Neuphilologische Mitteilungen 86.1 (1985): 62-69.

Taylor, Paul Beekman. "The Epithetical Style of Beowulf." Neuphilologische Mitteilungen 91.2 (1990): 195-206.

Taylor, Paul Beekman. "Grendel's Monstrous Arts." In Geardagum 5 (1984): 47-56.

Taylor, Paul Beekman. "Searoniðas: Old Norse Magic and Old English Verse." Studies in Philology 80 (1983): 109-25.

Taylor, Paul Beekman. "Some Uses of Etymology in the Reading of Medieval Germanic Texts." Hermeneutics and Medieval Culture. Ed. Patrick J. Gallacher and Helen Damico. Albany: SUNY P, 1989. 109-20.

Taylor, Paul Beekman. "The Traditional Language of Treasure in Beowulf." Journal of English and Germanic Philology 85.2 (1986): 191-205.

Tejera, Dionisia. "Theme and Structure of Beowulf." Letras de Deusto [Spain] 17.39 (1987): 105-14.

Temple, Mary Kay. "Beowulf 1258-1266: Grendel's Lady-Mother." English Language Notes 23.3 (1986): 10-15.

Thormann, Janet. "The Poetics of Absence: 'The Lament of the Sole Survivor' in Beowulf." De Gustibus: Essays for Alain Renoir. Ed. John Miles Foley, J. Chris Womack, and Whitney A. Womack. New York: Garland, 1992. 542-50.

Thundy, Zacharias P. "Beowulf: Date and Authorship." Neuphilologische Mitteilungen 87.1 (1986): 102-16.

Thundy, Zacharias P. "Beowulf: Geats, Jutes, and Asiatic Huns." Littcrit 9.2 (1983): 1-8.

Thundy, Zacharias P. "Beowulf: Meaning, Method, and Monsters." Greyfriar 24 (1983): 5-34.

Tilling, P. M. "William Morris's Translation of Beowulf: Studies in His Vocabulary." Occasional Papers in Linguistics and Language Learning 8 (1981): 163-75.

Tomoaki, Mizuno. "You Evil Hero, Beowulf: On the Legendary Association between Strangers and Accidental Murder." Shiron [Japan] 26 (1987): 1-18.

Tripp, Raymond P., Jr. "Beowulf 1314a: The Hero as Alfwalda, 'Ruler of Elves.'" Neophilologus 70.4 (1986): 630-32.

Tripp, Raymond P., Jr. "Beowulf 1834b, Garholt: 'Spear-Wood,' Wordplay and Plowshares." In Geardagum 8 (1987): 19-34.

Tripp, Raymond P., Jr. "Beowulf and Chaucer's Walter: Memory and the Continuity of Compulsion." In Geardagum 9 (1988): 59-74.

Tripp, Raymond P., Jr. "Did Beowulf Have an 'Inglorious Youth'?" Studia Neophilologica 61.2 (1989): 129-43.

Tripp, Raymond P., Jr. "Grendel Polytropos." In Geardagum 6 (1984): 43-69.

Tripp, Raymond P., Jr. "Lifting the Curse on Beowulf." English Language Notes 23.2 (1985): 1-8.

Tripp, Raymond P., Jr. "'Like It or Lump It': Thematic Remarks toward an Accurate Translation of Beowulf." In Geardagum 5 (1983): 13-28.

Tripp, Raymond P., Jr. "Lingworms and Lies: Three New Beowulf Books." In Geardagum 11 (1990): 73-88.

Tripp, Raymond P., Jr. "Recent Books on Beowulf." Proceedings of the Illinois Medieval Association. Vol. 2. Ed. Mark D. Johnston and Samuel M. Riley. Normal: Illinois State Univerity Graduate School, 1985. 1-26.

Tripp, Raymond P., Jr. "The Restoration of Beowulf 1051b: brimleade 'sea-land.'" Modern Philology 86 (1988): 191-95.

Tuso, Joseph F. "Beowulf's Dialectal Vocabulary and the Kiernan Theory." South Central Review 2.2 (1985): 1-9.

Tuso, Joseph F. "The Teaching of Beowulf." Old English Newsletter 14.2 (1981): 17-22.

Tyler, Lere Edgar. "The Heroic Oath of Hildebrand." De Gustibus: Essays for Alain Renoir. Ed. John Miles Foley, J. Chris Womack, and Whitney A. Womack. New York: Garland, 1992. 551-85.

Ushigaki, Hiroto. "The Image of Beowulf as King and Hero: Some Interpretative and Critical Problems." Studies in English Literature [Japan] (1985): 3-20.

Ushigaki, Hiroto. "The Image of 'God Cyning' in Beowulf: A Philological Study." Studies in English Literature [Japan] 58 [English number] (1982): 63-78.

Vickrey, John F. "On Beowulf 997-1002." Archiv 225 (1988): 339-42.

Vickrey, John F. "Un(h)litme 'Voluntarily' in Beowulf Line 1097." Journal of English and Germanic Philology 87 (1988): 315-28.

Vigil, Julian Josue. Beowulf: Text Search: A Color Computer Program. Las Vegas: Author, 1988.

Wachsler, Arthur A. "Grettir's Fight with a Bear: Another Neglected Analogue of Beowulf in the Grettis Saga Ásmundarsonar." English Studies [Lisse, Netherlands] 66.5 (1985): 381-90.

Waterhouse, Ruth. "Beowulf as 'Palimpsest'." In Geardagum 13 (1992): 1-18.

Waterhouse, Ruth, and John Stephens. "The Backward Look: Retrospectivity in Medieval Literature." Southern Review 16.3 (1983): 356-73.

Webber, Philip. "Preliterate Formulatic Patterns Suggested by Old English Earfoðe." Michigan Germanic Studies 9.2 (1983): 109-12.

Weinstock, Horst. "Comment on 'Knowledge of Beowulf in Its Own Time' by Professor Frederic G. Cassidy." The Yearbook of Research in English and American Literature [Germany] 1 (1982): 13-25.

Weise, Judith. "The Meaning of the Name 'Hygd': Onomastic Contrast in Beowulf." Names 34.1 (1986): 1-10.

Welsh, Andrew. "Branwen, Beowulf, and The Tragic Peaceweaver Tale." Viator 22 (1991): 1-13.

Wentersdorf, Karl P. "Beowulf: The Paganism of Hrothgar's Thanes." Studies in Philology 78.5 (1981): 91-119.

Wetzel, Claus Dieter. "Die Datierung des Beowulf: Bemerkungen zur jüngsten Forschungsentwicklung." Anglia 103.3-4 (1985): 371-400.

Whalen, L. D. "A Reading of 'Beowulf.'" Dissertation Abstracts International 53.2 (1992): 493A-94A.

Whallon, William. Inconsistencies: Studies in the New Testament, The Inferno, Othello, and Beowulf. Cambridge: Brewer, 1983.

White, Judy Anne. "A Jungian Reading of 'Beowulf.'" Dissertation Abstracts International 52.3 (1991): 930A-31A.

Zellefrow, W. Ken. "Beowulf Enhanced by Comparison with Primary Epics." Old English Newsletter 14.2 (1981): 20-21.

In Torreyson Library: Books and Articles in Books

Andersson, Theodore M. Early Epic Scenery: Homer, Virgil, and the Medieval Legacy. Ithaca, N. Y.: Cornell UP, 1976. PA3015. N3 A5

Baker, Peter S. Beowulf: Basic Readings. New York: Garland, 1995. PR1585. B27 1995

Bessinger, J. B., ed. A Concordance to Beowulf. Ithaca, New York: Cornell UP, 1969. PR1585. A2 B4

Bessinger, Jess, and Robert Yeager, eds. Approaches to Teaching Beowulf. New York: MLA, 1984. PR1585. A66 MAIN

Bliss, Alan Joseph. The Metre of Beowulf. Oxford: Blackwell, 1958. PR1588. B6

Bolton, W. F. Alcuin and Beowulf: An Eighth-Century View. New Brunswick, N.J.: Rutgers UP, 1978. PR1585. B6

Brodeur, Arthur Gilchrist. The Art of Beowulf. Berkeley: U of California P, 1959. PR1585. B68

Burlin, Robert B. and Edward B. Irving, eds. Old English Studies in Honour of John C. Pope. Toronto: U of Toronto P, 1974. PR176. 04

Cable, Thomas. The Meter and Melody of Beowulf. Urbana: U of Illinois P, 1974. PR1588. C3

Clark, Francelia. "Flyting in Beowulf and Rebuke in The Song of Bagdad: The Question of Theme." Oral Traditional Literatures: A Festschrift for Albert Bates Lord. Ed. John Miles Foley. Columbus, OH: Slavica, 1981. 164-93. GR72.07 MAIN

Clark, George. Beowulf. Boston: Twayne, 1990. PR1585. C55 1990

Cook, Albert S. A Concordance to Beowulf. Halle: M. Niemeyer, 1911. PR1585. A2 C6

Cox, Betty S. Cruces of Beowulf. The Hague: Mouton, 1971. PR1585. C64

Creed, Robert P. "The Beowulf-Poet: Master of Sound-Patterning." Oral Traditional Literatures: A Festschrift for Albert Bates Lord. Ed. John Miles Foley. Columbus, OH: Slavica, 1981. 194-216. GR72.07 MAIN

Creed, Robert P. "The Remaking of Beowulf." Oral Tradition in Literature: Interpretation in Context. Ed. John Miles Foley. Columbia: U of Missouri P, 1986. 136-46. GR72.069 MAIN

Creed, Robert P. Reconstructing the Rhythm of Beowulf. Columbia: U of Missouri P, 1990. PR1588. C7 MAIN

Dahlberg, Charles. The Literature of Unlikeness. Hanover: UP of New England, 1988. PR275.C58 D34

Durant, Jack D. and M. Thomas Hester, eds. A Fair Day in the Affections: Literary Essays in Honor of Robert B. White, Jr. Raleigh, NC: Winston, 1980. PN501. F4

Ellis, Helen B., and Warren U. Ober. "Grendel and Blake: The Contraries of Existence." John Gardner: Critical Perspectives. Ed. Robert A. Morace and Kathryn VanSpanckeren. Carbondale: Southern Illinois UP, 1982. 46-61. PS3557. A712 Z72 MAIN

Foley, John Miles. "The Oral Theory in Context." Oral Traditional Literatures: A Festschrift for Albert Bates Lord. Ed. John Miles Foley. Columbus, OH: Slavica, 1981. 27-122. GR72.07 MAIN

Foley, John Miles. "Tradition-Dependent and -Independent Features in Oral Literature: A Comparative View of the Formula." Oral Traditional Literatures: A Festschrift for Albert Bates Lord. Ed. John Miles Foley. Columbus, OH: Slavica, 1981. 262-81. GR72.07 MAIN

Fry, Donald K., ed. The Beowulf Poet: A Collection of Critical Essays. Englewood Cliffs, N.J.: Prentice-Hall, 1968. PR1585. F7

Fulk, R. D., ed. Interpretations of "Beowulf": A Critical Anthology. Bloomington: Indiana UP, 1991. PR1585.I58

Girvan, Ritchie. Beowulf and the Seventh Century: Language and Content. London: Methuen, 1970. PR1585. G45 1971

Goldsmith, Margaret E. The Mode and Meaning of Beowulf. London: Athlone, 1970. PR1585.G6

Green, Eugene. "Power, Commitment, and the Right to a Name in Beowulf." Persons in Groups: Social Behavior as Identity Formation in Medieval and Renaissance Europe. Ed. Richard C. Trexler. Binghamton, NY: Medieval & Renaissance Texts & Studies, 1985. 133-40. HM251. P42 58 MAIN

Haber, Tom Burns. A Comparative Study of Beowulf and the Aeneid. New York: Phaeton, 1968. PR1585. H2 1968

Hall, Joan H., Nick Doane, and Dick Ringler, eds. Old English and New: Studies in Language and Linguistics in Honor of Frederic G. Cassidy. New York: Garland, 1992. PE26. C37 O43

Hill, John M. The Cultural World in Beowulf. Toronto: U of Toronto P, 1995. PR1585. H55 1995

Hoover, David L. A New Theory of Old English Meter. New York: P. Lang, 1985. PE257. H66

Huppé, Bernard F. The Hero in the Earthly City: A Reading of Beowulf. Binghamton, N. Y.: State U of New York, 1984. PR1585. H86 1984

Huppé, Bernard F., and George D. Economu. "Nature in Beowulf and Roland." Approaches to Nature in the Middle Ages. Ed. Lawrence W. Roberts. Binghamton: CMERS, 1982. 4-41. BD581. S714 MAIN

Irving, Edward B., Jr. Rereading Beowulf. Philadelphia: U of Pennsylvania P, 1989. PR1585. I73 MAIN

Irving, Edward Burroughs. A Reading of Beowulf. New Haven: Yale UP, 1968. PR1585. I7

Irving, Edward Burroughs. Introduction to Beowulf. Englewood Cliffs, N. J.: Prentice-Hall, 1969. PR1585. I65

Johansson, Gust. The Making of Beowulf and Placenames in Beowulf. Stockholm: Björck and Börjesson, 1967. PR1585. J6

Jones, Gwyn. Kings, Beasts and Heroes. London: Oxford UP, 1972. PN671. J6

Kiernan, Kevin S. Beowulf and the Beowulf Manuscript. New Brunswick: Rutgers UP, 1981. PR1585. K5 MAIN

Larsen, Elizabeth. "The Creative Act: An Analysis of Systems in Grendel." John Gardner: True Art, Moral Art. Ed. Beatrice Mendez-Egle. Edinburg, TX: Pan American U School of the Humanities, 1983. 36-51. PS3557. A172 MAIN

Lawrence, William Witherle. Beowulf and Epic Tradition. New York: Hafner, 1961. PR1580 L3

Leake, Jane Acomb. The Geats of Beowulf: A Study in the Geographical Mythology of the Middle Ages. Madison: U of Wisconsin P, 1967. D90. G4 L4 1967

Lumiansky, R. M. and Herschel Baker, eds. Critical Approaches to Six Major English Works: Beowulf through Paradise Lost. Philadelphia: U of Pennsylvania P, 1968. PR99. L768

Medieval Epics. New York: Modern Library, 1963. PN6110. E6 M4

Nicholson, Lewis E. An Anthology of Beowulf Criticism. Notre Dame: U of Notre Dame P, 1963. PR1585. N5

Nicholson, Lewis E. and Delores Warwick Frese, eds. Anglo-Saxon Poetry: Essays in Appreciation for John C. McGalliard. Notre Dame: U of Notre Dame P, 1975. PR201.A5

Niles, John D. "Formula and Formulaic System in Beowulf." Oral Traditional Literatures: A Festschrift for Albert Bates Lord. Ed. John Miles Foley. Columbus, OH: Slavica, 1981. 394-415. GR72. 07 MAIN

Niles, John D. Beowulf: The Poem and Its Tradition. Cambridge: Harvard UP, 1983. PR1585. N54 MAIN

Orrick, Allan H., ed. Nordica et Anglica: Studies in Honour of Stefán Einarsson. The Hague: Mouton, 1968. PD26. E4 1968

Polomé, Edgar C., ed. Old Norse Literature and Mythology: A Symposium. Austin, TX: U of Texas P, 1969. PT7101. P7

Robinson, Fred C. "Beowulf." The Cambridge Companion to Old English Literature. Ed. Malcolm Godden and Michael Lapidge. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 1991. 142-59. PR173. C36 MAIN

Rosier, James L., ed. Philological Essays: Studies in Old and Middle English Language and Literature, in Honour of Herbert Dean Merritt. The Hague: Mouton, 1970. PE26. M4

Short, Douglas D. Beowulf Scholarship: An Annotated Bibliography. New York: Garland, 1980. Z2012. S53

Sisam, Kenneth. The Structure of Beowulf. Oxford: Clarendon, 1965. PR1585. S5

Smithson, George Arnold. The Old English Christian Epic: A Study in the Plot Technique of the Juliana, the Elene, the Andreas, and the Christ, in Comparison with the Beowulf and with the Latin Literature of the Middle Ages. New York: Phaeton, 1971. NO LOCATION

Stanley, Eric Gerald. In the Foreground: Beowulf. Cambridge: D. S. Brewer, 1994 PR1585. S7 1994

Tinker, Chauncey Brewster. The Translations of Beowulf: A Critical Bibliography. New York: B. Franklin, 1968. NO LOCATION

Tolkien, J. R. R. The Monsters and the Critics, and Other Essays. Ed. Christopher Tolkien. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1984. PE27 .T65 1984

Toswell, M. J. Prosody and Poetics in the Early Middle Ages: Essays in Honour of C. B. Hieatt. Toronto: U of Toronto P, 1995. PR201. P76 1995

Whallon, William. Formula, Character, and Context: Studies in Homeric, Old English, and Old Testament Poetry. Cambridge: Harvard UP, 1969. PA3010. W4

Williams, David. Cain and Beowulf: A Study in Secular Allegory. Toronto: U of Toronto P, 1982. PR1585. W54

Ziegler, Heidi. "Love's Labours Won: The Erotics of Contemporary Parody." Intertextuality and Contemporary American Fiction. Ed. Patrick O'Donnell and Robert Con Davis. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins UP, 1989. 58-71. [Sources of, in Beowulf.] PS374. I56 MAIN

Editions, Translations, Retellings, Recordings

Alexander, Michael. Beowulf: A Verse Translation. Hammondsworth: Penguin, 1973. NO LOCATION

Alexander, Michael, trans. The Earliest English Poems: A Bilingual Edition. 1966. Berkeley: U of California P, 1970. (Selections from Beowulf.) PR1508 .A5 1970

Crawford, D. H., trans. Beowulf. New York: Cooper Square, 1966. PR1583. C7 1966

Dobbie, Elliott Van Kirk. Beowulf and Judith. ASPR (Anglo-Saxon Poetic Records) 4. New York: Columbia UP, 1953. PR1580. D6 1953

Garmonsway, G. N. and Jacqueline Simpson, trans. Beowulf and Its Analogues. London: Dent, 1969. PR1583. G28

Greenfield, Stanley B, tr. A Readable Beowulf: The Old English Epic Newly Translated. Carbondale: So. Illinois UP, 1982. PR1583. G73 MAIN

Guidall, George, narr. Beowulf (sound recording). Prince Frederick, MD: Recorded Books, 1990. PR1583. G85 1990 (LISTENING LAB)

Gummere, Francis B., trans. The Oldest English Epic: Beowulf, Finnesburg, Waldere, Deor, Widsith, and the German Hildebrand. New York: The Macmillan Co., 1923. PR1583. G8 1923

Hall, John R. Clark, trans. Beowulf and the Finnesburg Fragment: A Translation into Modern English Prose. London: Allen & Unwin, 1958. PR1580. K5 1950

Hosford, Dorothy G. By His Own Might: The Battles of Beowulf. (Drawings by Laszlo Matulay). New York: H. Holt, 1947. NO LOCATION

Kennedy, Charles W., trans. Beowulf: The Oldest English Epic. New York: Oxford UP, 1940. PR1583. K4 1977

Leonard, William Ellery, trans. Beowulf. New York: Heritage, 1939. PR1583. L43 1939

Leonard, William Ellery, trans. Beowulf: A New Verse Translation for Fireside and Classroom. New York: The Century Co., 1923. PR1583. L4 1925

Lind, Ruth, narr. Beowulf and the Monsters (sound recording). Springfield, VA: Children's Classics on Tape, 1974. 398.2 Beo Tape LABORATORY COLLECTION

Nye, Robert. Beowulf: A New Telling. New York: Hill and Wang, 1968. 398.2 Nye LABORATORY COLLECTION

Osborn, Marijane. Beowulf: A Verse Translation with Treasures of the Ancient North. Berkeley: U of California P, 1983. PR1583 .O8 1983

Raffel, Burton, trans. Beowulf. Amherst: U of Massachusetts P, 1971. PR1583. R3 1971

Rebsamen, Frederick R. Beowulf is my Name, and Selected Translations of Other Old English Poems. San Francisco: Rinehart, 1971. PR1508. R4 1971

Serraillier, Ian. Beowulf, the Warrior. Illustrated by Severin. New York: H. Z. Walck, 1961. 398.2 Ser LABORATORY COLLECTION

Spaeth, J. Duncan, trans. Old English Poetry. Princeton: Princeton UP, 1922. (Selections from Beowulf.) PR1508 S6

Stevick, Robert D. Beowulf: An Edition with Manuscript Spacing Notation and Graphotactic Analyses. New York: Garland, 1975. PR1580 .S8 1975

Sutcliff, Rosemary. Beowulf. (Drawings by Charles Keeping). New York: Dutton, 1962. 398.2 Sut LABORATORY COLLECTION

Swanton, Michael, trans. Beowulf. Manchester: Manchester UP, 1978. PR1583. S8

Tolkien, J. R. R. Finn and Hengest: The Fragment and the Episode. Ed. Alan Bliss. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1983. PR1714. T64 1983

Tuso, Joseph F., ed. Beowulf: The Donaldson Translation, Backgrounds and Sources, Criticism. New York: Norton, 1975. PR1583. D6 1975

Waterhouse, Mary E., trans.Beowulf in Modern English: A Translation in Blank Verse. Cambridge: Bowes & Bowes, 1949. PR1583. W37

Wrenn, C. L. Beowulf; with the Finnesburg Fragment. Boston: Heath, 1953. PR1580. W7 1953

Zupitza, Julius. Beowulf: Reproduced in Facsimile from the Unique ms. British Museum ms. Cotton Nero Vitellius A.XV. EETS, OS no. 245. London: Oxford UP, 1967. PR1119 .A2 No. 245

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