Daniel Anlezark

Daniel Anlezark


Aldhelm, Daniel and Azarias

243 MÆ 89.2 (2020), 224-243

The Old English Genesis B and Irenaeus of Lyon

MÆ 86.1 (2017), 1- DOI:10.2307/26396495
The stray ending in the Solomonic anthology in Cambridge, Corpus Christi College, MS 422 MÆ 80.2 (2011), 201- DOI:10.2307/43632871
An ideal marriage: Abraham and Sarah in Old English literature 210 MÆ 69.2 (2000), 187-210 DOI:10.2307/43630285
Sunday Observance and the Sunday Letter in Anglo-Saxon England, ed. Dorothy Haines MÆ 85.2 (2016), 358- DOI:10.2307/26396398
The Lives of Two Offas: Vitae Offarum duorum, ed. Michael Swanton MÆ 83.2 (2014), 354-
Anglo-Saxon Prognostics: An Edition and Translation of Texts from London, British Library, MS Cotton Tiberius A.iii, ed. and trans. R. M. Liuzza MÆ 82.1 (2013), 169- DOI:10.2307/43633004
The Antwerp–London Glossaries: The Latin and Latin–Old English Vocabularies from Antwerp, Museum Plantin-Moretus 16.2 – London, British Library Add. 32246, Volume 1: Texts and Indexes, ed. David W. Porter MÆ 82.2 (2013), 362- DOI:10.2307/43633049
Richard Marsden, The Old English Heptateuch and Ælfric’s Libellus de veteri testamento et novo MÆ 80.1 (2011), 165- DOI:10.2307/43632504
Carolin Schreiber (ed.), King Alfred’s Old English Translation of Pope Gregory the Great’s ‘Regula pastoralis’ and its Cultural Context: A Study and Partial Edition 354 MÆ 76.2 (2007), 353-354 DOI:10.2307/43633213

A. N. Doane and William Stoneman, Purloined Letters: The Twelfth-Century Reception of the Anglo-Saxon Illustrated Hexateuch (British Library, Cotton Claudius B.iv)

MÆ 85.2 (2016), 332- DOI:10.2307/26396381

Rebecca Brackmann, The Elizabethan Invention of Anglo-Saxon England: Laurence Nowell, William Lambarde, and the Study of Old English

MÆ 85.2 (2016), 328- DOI:10.2307/26396378

Britt Mize, Traditional Subjectivities: The Old English Poetics of  Mentality

MÆ 84.1 (2015), 146- DOI:10.2307/26396561
Catherine A. M. Clarke, Writing Power in Anglo-Saxon England: Texts, Hierarchies, Economies MÆ 83.1 (2014), 137- DOI:10.2307/43633065
Elisabeth Okasha, Women’s Names in Old English MÆ 83.2 (2014), 324-
Dieter Bitterli, Say What I Am Called: The Old English Riddles of the Exeter Book and the Anglo-Latin Riddle Tradition MÆ 82.2 (2013), 333- DOI:10.2307/43633027
Hiroshi Ogawa, Language and Style in Old English Composite Homilies MÆ 82.2 (2013), 332- DOI:10.2307/43633026
Renée R. Trilling, The Aesthetics of Nostalgia: Historical Representation in Old English Verse MÆ 82.1 (2013), 136- DOI:10.2307/43632978
Scott Gwara, Heroic Identity in the World of Beowulf MÆ 80.1 (2011), 128- DOI:10.2307/43632476
Benjamin C. Withers, The Illustrated Old English Hexateuch, Cotton Claudius B.iv: The Frontier of Seeing and Reading in Anglo-Saxon England MÆ 80.1 (2011), 129- DOI:10.2307/43632477
John D. Niles, Old English Heroic Poems and the Social Life of Texts MÆ 80.2 (2011), 339- DOI:10.2307/43632880
Michael D. C. Drout, How Tradition Works: A Meme-Based Cultural Poetics of the Anglo-Saxon Tenth Century, Medieval and Renaissance Texts and Studies 306 329 MÆ 78.2 (2009), 328-329 DOI:10.2307/43632847
John D. Niles, Old English Enigmatic Poems and the Play of Texts, Studies in the Early Middle Ages 13 337 MÆ 77.2 (2008), 336-337 DOI:10.2307/43632357
Richard North, The Origins of ‘Beowulf’: From Vergil to Wiglaf 338 MÆ 77.2 (2008), 337-338 DOI:10.2307/43632358
Fabienne L. Michelet, Creation, Migration, and Conquest: Imaginery Geography and Sense of Space in Old English Literature 335 MÆ 77.2 (2008), 334-335 DOI:10.2307/43632355
Mechthild Gretsch, Ælfric and the Cult of Saints in Late Anglo-Saxon England, Cambridge Studies in Anglo-Saxon England 34 127 MÆ 77.1 (2008), 126-127 DOI:10.2307/43630604
Éamonn Ó Carragáin, Ritual and the Rood: Liturgical Images and the Old English Poems of the Dream of the Rood Tradition 126 MÆ 77.1 (2008), 125-126 DOI:10.2307/43630603
Stacy S. Klein, Ruling Women: Queenship and Gender in Anglo-Saxon Literature 317 MÆ 76.2 (2007), 316-317 DOI:10.2307/43633184
Michael Lapidge, The Anglo-Saxon Library 316 MÆ 76.2 (2007), 315-316 DOI:10.2307/43633183
Richard Marsden, The Cambridge Old English Reader 324 MÆ 75.2 (2006), 324-324 DOI:10.2307/43632771
Victoria Thompson, Dying and Death in Later Anglo-Saxon England 143 MÆ 75.1 (2006), 143-143 DOI:10.2307/43621041
Mark C. Amodio, Writing the Oral Tradition: Oral Poetics and Literate Culture in Medieval England 145 MÆ 75.1 (2006), 144-145 DOI:10.2307/43621042
Ruth Johnston Staver, A Companion to Beowulf 325 MÆ 75.2 (2006), 324-325 DOI:10.2307/43632772
Brian Murdoch, The Medieval Popular Bible: Expansions of Genesis in the Middle Ages 325 MÆ 73.2 (2004), 324-325 DOI:10.2307/43630560
Andy Orchard, A Critical Companion to ‘Beowulf’ 321 MÆ 72.2 (2003), 320-321 DOI:10.2307/43630511
Michael Drout (ed.), ‘Beowulf and the Critics’ by J. R. R. Tolkien, Medieval and Renaissance Texts and Studies 248 320 MÆ 72.2 (2003), 319-320 DOI:10.2307/43630510