Exodus and Daniel: Two Old English Poems Preserved in Ms. Junius 11 in the Bodleian Library of the University of Oxford, England

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D. C. Heath and Company, 1907 - Bible - 234 pages

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Page 240 - AND SHE STOOPS TO CONQUER By OLIVER GOLDSMITH Edited by AUSTIN DOBSON, LL.D. (Edinburgh). Illustration and Facsimiles A frontispiece showing stage scene from She Stoops to Conquer ; and reduced facsimiles of the title-pages of the fifth octavo edition (1768) of The Good-Natur'd Man, and of the fifth octavo edition (1773) of She Stoops to Conquer. The Texts The text of The Good-Natur'd Man is that of the fifth octavo collated with that of the first, second, and third octavo editions, with variants...
Page 61 - J>am siJrfate soJram wordum. Exodus, (1512-18.) Blackburn's note to line 1515 reads: "A very mysterious expression. The following three verses refer to the legislation of Moses, and scholars have defined daegweorc here as the decalogue. Perhaps the poet intends to represent Moses as giving out his laws at this stage of their journey and elaborating and writing them down later, but the original represents Moses as uttering only a hymn of praise. " I am unable to add anything to Blackburn's discussion...
Page 238 - With notes and glossary by Professor AS Cook. 40 cents. The Battle Of Maldon and short poems from the Saxon Chronicle. With notes and glossary by Professor WJ Sedgeneld.
Page 237 - Edited from the manuscript* by Professor JW Bright. 40 cents. The Gospel Of Saint John in West-Saxon. Edited from the manuscripts by Professor JW Bright. With notes and glossary. 60 cents. Judith. With notes and glossary by Professor AS Cook. 40 cents. The Battle Of Maldon and short poems from the Saxon Chronicle. With notes and glossary by Professor WJ Sedgeneld.
Page xxxv - They ride about the mound, recounting in their chants the deeds of the dead : " So mourned the people of the Geatas, his hearth-companions, for their lord's fall ; said that he was among world-kings the mildest and the kindest of men, most gracious to his people and most desirous of praise." The ideal of a happy life has somewhat changed since the days of Beowulf. Then, as we see, happiness consisted in the satisfaction of very simple and primitive tastes, in fighting well, and after the fight eating...
Page 239 - JR., Assistant Professor of the English Language and Literature in Cornell University. THE text has been carefully collated and variants noted. The Introduction of 40 pages discusses the text, the author, and the legend. Following the text are : Acta S. Julianae, in Latin, 17 pages, from Bolland's Acta Sanctorum ; Notes, I o pages ; Bibliography, 6 pages ; Glossary, 65 pages. Gilt embossed cover, xlvi +131 pages. 40 cents. BEOWULF Edited by FREDERICK KLAEBER, Professor of Comparative and English...
Page 131 - When the designations of mood and tense are omitted, ' ind. pres.' is to be understood, unless some other designation has just preceded ; when of mood only, supply
Page xxiv - Anglo-Saxonice conscripta, et nunc primum edita a FRANCISCO JUNIO FF — Amstelodami, apud Christophorum Gunradi, typis et sumptibus Editoris MDCLV.
Page 238 - Lecturer in Anglo-Saxon and English Philology in the Imperial University of St. Petersburg. THE Text of the Battle of Maldon has been collated with Hearne's transcript of the lost Cotton MS. and the variants noted. The Introduction occupies 1 8 pages ; Songs from the Saxon Chronicle in irregular metre, 3 pages ; Notes, 1 2 pages ; Bibliography, 6 pages ; Glossary, 46 Pages.
Page 118 - Quibus locutus es, pollicens quod multiplicares semen eorum sicut stellas coeli, et sicut arenam quae est in littore maris.

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