Beowulf: With the Finnesburg fragment

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University of Exeter Press, 1996 - Fiction - 303 pages
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This timely new edition of Beowulf strives to retain the four distinctive features of the previous editions: textual conservatism, concise presentation, concentration on the needs of literary students, and Wrenn's superb erudition and experience. For the most part it leaves intact Wrenn's basic intentions and editorial decisions; with rare exceptions, they have been altered only because of new evidence that Wrenn could not have seen.

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Contents

Introduction page
9
Select Bibliography
89
List of Abbreviations
95
Copyright

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The late C.L. Wrenn was Rawlinson and Bosworth Professor of Anglo-Saxon at the University of Oxford.W.F. Bolton is Emeritus Professor of English, Rutgers University

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