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The Digressions in Beowulf

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ROGER DAHOOD A NOTE ON "BEOWULF" 1104-8a 49.1 (1980), 1-4 DOI:10.2307/43628502
Elaine C. Southward THE KNIGHT YDER AND THE "BEOWULF" LEGEND IN ARTHURIAN ROMANCE 15. (1946), 1-47 DOI:10.2307/43626319
J.L.N. O'Loughlin "BEOWULF"—ITS UNITY AND PURPOSE 21. (1952), 1-13 DOI:10.2307/43626431
Kemp Malone BEOWULFIANA 2.1 (1933), 58-64 DOI:10.2307/43625845
Margaret E. Goldsmith THE CHRISTIAN THEME OF "BEOWULF" 29.2 (1960), 81-101 DOI:10.2307/43626851
John Leyerle BEOWULF THE HERO AND THE KING 34.2 (1965), 89-102 DOI:10.2307/43631201
R.L. Reynolds AN ECHO OF "BEOWULF" in ATHELSTAN'S CHARTERS OF 931-933 A.D.? 24.2 (1955), 101-103 DOI:10.2307/43626585
Robert A. Caldwell BEOWULF vv. 413b-414 42.2 (1973), 131-132 DOI:10.2307/43627900
James L. Rosier "HEAFOD" AND "HELM": CONTEXTUAL COMPOSITION IN "BEOWULF" 37.2 (1968), 137-141 DOI:10.2307/43627425
D. Whitelock BEOWULF 2444-2471 8.3 (1939), 198-204 DOI:10.2307/43626153
S.O. Andrew THREE TEXTUAL CRUXES IN "BEOWULF" 8.3 (1939), 205-207 DOI:10.2307/43626154
W.G. COOKE Who cursed whom, and when? The cursing of the hoard and Beowulf’s fate 76.2 (2007), 207-224 DOI:10.2307/43633171
Thomas D. Hill Haethcyn, Herebeald, and archery’s laws: Beowulf and the Leges Henrici Primi 81.2 (2012), 210- DOI:10.2307/43632930
David R. Evans THE SEQUENCE OF EVENTS IN "BEOWULF", 11. 207-16 32.3 (1963), 214-216 DOI:10.2307/43631182
James L. Rosier A TEXTUAL AMBIGUITY IN "BEOWULF: STOD ON STAPOLE" 34.3 (1965), 223-225 DOI:10.2307/43627200
Simeon Potter The Audience of Beowulf, by Dorothy Whitelock 21. (1952), 49-51 DOI:10.2307/43626443
M.L. Samuels Postscript on Beowulf, by S. O. Andrew 18. (1949), 60-64 DOI:10.2307/43626343
Joan Turville-Petre Beowulf in Modern English: a translation in blank verse, by Mary E. Waterhouse 20. (1951), 101-103 DOI:10.2307/43631118
MARK GRIFFITH Rereading Beowulf, by Edward B. Irving Jr. 60.1 (1991), 102-103 DOI:10.2307/43629388
Nicolas Jacobs 'Beowulf' and Celtic Tradition, by Martin Puhvel 51.1 (1982), 112-114 DOI:10.2307/43632129
Eric Stanley 'Beowulf' and the 'Beowulf' Manuscript, by Kevin S. Kiernan 53.1 (1984), 112-117 DOI:10.2307/43628800
Nicolas Jacobs The Dating of 'Beowulf', Toronto Old English Series, 6, by Colin Chase 53.1 (1984), 117-120 DOI:10.2307/43628801
J.D. PHEIFER Beowulf und die kleineren Denkmäler der altenglischen Heldensage Waldere und Finnsburg. Mit Text und Übersetzung, Einleitung und Kommentar sowie einem Konkordanz-Glossar. In drei Teilen herausgegeben. 1. Teil Text, Übersetzung, Namenverzeichnis und Stammtafeln; 2. Teil Einleitung, Kommentar, Sachregister und Literaturverzeichnis, by Gerhard Nickel, J. Klegraf, W. Kühlwein, D. Nehls, R. Zimmermann 50.1 (1981), 118-120 DOI:10.2307/43632078
HEATHER O'DONOGHUE Magnús Fjalldal, The Long Arm of Coincidence: The Frustrated Connection between 'Beowulf' and 'Grettis saga' 69.1 (2000), 119-120 DOI:10.2307/43631502
M. BRADFORD BEDINGFIELD Bruce Mitchell and Fred C. Robinson (eds), Beowulf: An Edition with Relevant Shorter Texts 69.1 (2000), 120-122 DOI:10.2307/43631503
Richard Dance John D. Niles (ed.), Beowulf and Lejre, Medieval and Renaissance Texts and Studies 323 77.1 (2008), 121-123 DOI:10.2307/43630601
Robert F. Yeager The Origins of 'Beowulf' and the Pre-Viking Kingdom of East Anglia, by Sam Newton 64.1 (1995), 121-122 DOI:10.2307/43629688
Richard Dance Trevor Eaton (reader), Beowulf, ('Pearl' label; Wadhurst: Pavilion Records, 1997). Two CDs, total running time 145’ 02”, by Trevor Eaton 67.1 (1998), 128-129 DOI:10.2307/43629974
Daniel Anlezark Scott Gwara, Heroic Identity in the World of Beowulf 80.1 (2011), 128- DOI:10.2307/43632476
BEN PARSONS Andrew James Johnston, Performing the Middle Ages from Beowulf to Othello, Late Medieval and Early Modern Studies 15 79.1 (2010), 133-134 DOI:10.2307/43632394
Margaret E. Goldsmith Cain and Beowulf: a Study in Secular Allegory, by David Williams 54.1 (1985), 134-135 DOI:10.2307/43628876
Megan Cavell

Asa Simon Mittman and Susan M. Kim, Inconceivable Beasts: The Wonders of the East in the Beowulf Manuscript (Megan Cavell)

84.1 (2015), 148- DOI:10.2307/26396561
MARK GRIFFITH 'Beowulf' and Christianity, American University Studies, 4: 51, by Mary A. Parker 59.1 (1990), 153-154 DOI:10.2307/43629302
Francis Leneghan

Helen Damico, Beowulf and the Grendel-kin: Politics and Poetry in Eleventh-Century England

86.1 (2017), 162- DOI:10.2307/26396510
C.L. Wrenn A Reading of Beowulf, by Edward Irving Jnr. 38.2 (1969), 175-177 DOI:10.2307/43627535
Dorena Allen Wright Twelve Beowulf Papers 1940-1960, by A. Bonjour 34.2 (1965), 177-178 DOI:10.2307/43631227
R.T. Davies The Seasons of the Year: Chapters on a Motif from Beowulf to the Shepherd's Calendar, by N. E. Enkvist 28.3 (1959), 218-220 DOI:10.2307/43626829
Beowulf. An Introduction to the Study of the Poem with a Discussion of the Stories of Offa and Finn, Second edition, by R. W. Chambers 1.3 (1932), 229-231 DOI:10.2307/43625839
N.F. Blake The Structure of Beowulf, by Kenneth Sisam 35.3 (1966), 236-240 DOI:10.2307/43627288
Margaret E. Goldsmith Beowulf: the Poem and its Tradition, by John D. Niles 55.2 (1986), 266-267 DOI:10.2307/43628998
T.A. SHIPPEY Alcuin and Beowulf: an Eighth-Century View, by W. F. Bolton 49.2 (1980), 268-271 DOI:10.2307/43628565
A.J. Bliss Measuring Old English Rhythm: an Application of the Principles of Gregorian Chant Rhythm to the Meter of 'Beowulf', by Jane-Marie Luecke 49.2 (1980), 274-275 DOI:10.2307/43628567
R.T. Farrell

Beowulf and the Seventh Century, by Ritchie Girvan, Rupert Bruce-Mitford

41.3 (1972), 292-293 DOI:10.2307/43627892
MARK GRIFFITH The Thorkelin Transcripts of 'Beowulf', Anglistica, 25, by Kevin S. Kiernan 57.2 (1988), 296-297 DOI:10.2307/43629221
FREDERICK M. BIGGS Alvin A. Lee, Gold-Hall and Earth-Dragon: 'Beowulf' as Metaphor 69.2 (2000), 297-298 DOI:10.2307/43630294
A.J. Bliss The Meter and Melody of Beowulf. (Illinois Studies in Language and Literature 64), by Thomas Cable 45.3 (1976), 303-309 DOI:10.2307/43628231
D.G. SCRAGG The Metrical Grammar of 'Beowulf', Cambridge Studies in Anglo-Saxon England, 5, by Calvin B. Kendall 61.2 (1992), 307-308 DOI:10.2307/43629440
C.L. Wrenn Suprasegmentals, Meter, and the Manuscript of Beowulf, by Robert D. Stevick 38.3 (1969), 309-310 DOI:10.2307/43627570
Carolyne Larrington The Cultural World in 'Beowulf', by John M. Hill 65.2 (1996), 310-312 DOI:10.2307/43629867
Carolyne Larrington Thinking about 'Beowulf', by James W. Earl 65.2 (1996), 310-312 DOI:10.2307/43629867
Andy Orchard In the Foreground: 'Beowulf', by Eric Gerald Stanley 64.2 (1995), 311-312 DOI:10.2307/43633114
HANNEKE WIRTJES Andy Orchard, Pride and Prodigies: Studies in the Monsters of the 'Beowulf' Manuscript 66.2 (1997), 316-317 DOI:10.2307/43630080
MARK GRIFFITH Geoffrey Russom, 'Beowulf' and Old Germanic Metre, Cambridge Studies in Anglo-Saxon England 23 68.2 (1999), 316-316 DOI:10.2307/43630190
MARY SWAN Craig R. Davis, 'Beowulf' and the Demise of Germanic Legend in England, Albert Bates Lord Studies in Oral Tradition 17 66.2 (1997), 317-318 DOI:10.2307/43630081
Daniel Anlezark Michael Drout (ed.), ‘Beowulf and the Critics’ by J. R. R. Tolkien, Medieval and Renaissance Texts and Studies 248 72.2 (2003), 319-320 DOI:10.2307/43630510
FREDERICK M. BIGGS Christine Rauer, Beowulf and the Dragon: Parallels and Analogues 70.2 (2001), 319-320 DOI:10.2307/43632693
Daniel Anlezark Andy Orchard, A Critical Companion to ‘Beowulf’ 72.2 (2003), 320-321 DOI:10.2307/43630511
JAN ČERMÁK Susan E. Deskis, 'Beowulf' and the Medieval Proverb Tradition, Medieval & Renaissance Texts and Studies 155 67.2 (1998), 324-326 DOI:10.2307/43630031
Daniel Anlezark Ruth Johnston Staver, A Companion to Beowulf 75.2 (2006), 324-325 DOI:10.2307/43632772
Joan Turville-Petre Beowulf (Studies in English Literature 70), by T. A. Shippey 48.2 (1979), 334-334 DOI:10.2307/43631412
Daniel Anlezark Richard North, The Origins of ‘Beowulf’: From Vergil to Wiglaf 77.2 (2008), 337-338 DOI:10.2307/43632358
C.J.E. Ball A Concordance to 'Beowulf', by J. B. Bessinger Jr., Philip H. Smith Jr. 39.3 (1970), 366-368 DOI:10.2307/43631566
Francis Leneghan The Dating of Beowulf: A Reassessment, ed. Leonard Neidorf 86.2 (2017), 371- DOI:10.2307/26396429
Thomas A. Bredehoft Elise Louviot, Direct Speech in Beowulf and Other Old English Narrative Poems 87.2 (2018), 382-
Rafael J. Pascual

Hrothgar’s warhorse and the audience of Beowulf

90.1 (2021), 123-132
Leonard Neidorf Grendel’s blood: on the translation of Beowulf line 849 90.1 (2021), 133-142
W.G. COOKE Two notes on Beowulf (with glances at Vafþruðnismál, Blickling Homily 16, and Andreas, lines 839-846 72.2 (2003), 297-301 DOI:10.2307/43630499
SUSAN E. DESKIS AN ADDENDUM TO BEOWULF'S LAST WORDS 63.2 (1994), 301-305 DOI:10.2307/43629737
W.G. COOKE Three notes on swords in Beowulf 72.2 (2003), 302-307 DOI:10.2307/43630500
Leonard Neidorf

Hygelac and his daughter: rereading Beowulf lines 2985–98

89.2 (2020), 350-355

Beowulf By All: Community Translation and Workbook, ed. Jean Abbott, Elaine Treharne, and Mateusz Fafinski

91.1 (2022), 164-
Corinne J. Saunders R. D. Fulk, Robert E. Bjork, and John D. Niles (eds), Klaeber’s ‘Beowulf and the Fight at Finnsburg’, 4th edn 77.2 (2008), 362-363 DOI:10.2307/43632376
Shorter Notices
Ted Morrissey, The Beowulf Poet and his Real Monsters: A Trauma-Theory Reading of the Anglo- Saxon Poem, with a Foreword by Steven Moore 84.1 (2015), 182-
Teaching Beowulf in the Twenty-First Century, ed. Howell Chickering, Allen J. Frantzen, and R. F. Yeager 86.1 (2017), 201- DOI:10.2307/26396528
‘Beowulf ’ at Kalamazoo: Essays on Translation and Performance, ed. Jana K. Schulman and Paul E. Szarmach 84.2 (2015), 369- DOI:10.2307/26396561


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