An Anthology of Beowulf Criticism
Lewis E. Nicholson
University of Notre Dame Press, 1963 - Beowulf - 386 pages
An anthology of criticism on the early medieval masterpiece. The contributions to this anthology are arranged chronologicall according to the date of the criticism's first publication.
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The Christian Coloring in the Beowulf
H MUNRO CHADWICK
LEVIN L SCHÜCKING
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Aldhelm allegory alliteration allusions already ancient Anglo-Saxon appears audience Augustine beginning Beowulf Cain called century character Christ Christian clear contrast course criticism darkness death described dragon early elements English English Studies epic episode evidence evil example expression fact fate fight final formula fortitudo Germanic giants given gives Grendel hall heathen hell hero heroic Hrothgar human idea ideal important interpretation king Klaeber language later leaves less light lines literary literature live Lord material matter meaning monsters natural origin pagan passage perhaps poem poet poet's poetry possible present probably question reading reference sapientia seems sense shows singers song spirit story suggest Sutton Hoo sword symbol theme things thought tion tradition treasure tree true verse whole wisdom wise