The Postmodern Beowulf: A Critical Casebook
Eileen A. Joy, Mary K. Ramsey, Bruce D. Gilchrist
West Virginia University Press, 2006 - History - 704 pages
With essays by Eileen A. Joy, Mary K. Ramsey, Edward Said, Claire Sponsler, Nicholas Howe, Allen J. Frantzen, John D. Niles, John Moreland, Alfred K. Siewers, James W. Earl, Janet Thormann, John M. Hill, Jeffrey J. Cohen, Carol J. Clover, Clare A. Lees, Mary Dockray-Miller, Shari Horner, Michel Foucault, Carol Braun Pasternack, Gillian Overing, Seth Lerer, Susan Kim, and Michelle R. Warren.
46 pages matching Geats in this book
Results 1-3 of 46
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
After Everything The Postmodern Beowulf
22 other sections not shown
Anglo Anglo-Saxon culture Anglo-Saxon England appropriation Archaeology argues audience barrow Bede Bede's Beowulf Beowulf poet Britain Cambridge century Christian construction context criticism Danes Danish Dating of Beowulf death digressions discourse dragon Earl Early Medieval English studies epic essay ethnic feud Finnsburg Frantzen Frisians Geatish Geatland Geats gender geographical Germanic giants Grendel Guthlac Heardred Hengest Heorot Heremod hero heroic Hildeburh hilt homeland Hrothgar Hygelac identity Ingeld interpretation J. R. R. Tolkien king Klaeber landscape language lines literary London manuscript masculinity meaning memory Mercian Middle Ages migration modern monsters myth narrative objects Offa Old English poetry Ongentheow oral origin pagan past Philology poem poem's poet's political Postmodern readers reading recent reference relation reprinted role Roman Saxon scholars scholarship Scyld sense Sigemund social society speech story structures studies sword symbolic textual theory tion Tolkien tradition trans translation violence warrior Wiglaf words writing York Zahirite