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Old English Literature Critical Essays

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ISBN-10: 0300091397

ISBN-13: 9780300091397

Edition: 2001

Authors: R. M. Liuzza

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This anthology gathers together writings on the prose and poetry of Anglo-Saxon England. Contributors focus on texts read in introductory Old English courses while also engaging with larger issues of Anglo-Saxon history, culture and scholarship.
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Book details

List price: $50.00
Copyright year: 2001
Publisher: Yale University Press
Publication date: 2/8/2002
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 518
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.00" long x 1.25" tall
Weight: 1.584
Language: English

The Cultural Construction of Reading in Anglo-Saxon England
Anglo-Saxon Lay Society and the Written Word
The Making of Angelcynn: English Identity Before the Norman Conquest
Orality and the Developing Text of Caedmon's Hymn
Reading Caedmon's "Hymn" with Someone Else's Glosses
Birthing Bishops and Fathering Poets: Bede, Hild, and the Relations of Cultural Production
Kinship and Lordship in Early Medieval England: The Story of Sigeberht, Cynewulf, and Cyneheard
The Thematic Structure of the Sermo Lupi
Social Idealism in AElfric's Colloquy
The Hero in Christian Reception: AElfric and Heroic Poetry
Didacticism and the Christian Community: The Teachers and the Taught
The Editing of Old English Poetic Texts: Questions of Style
Anglo-Saxons on the Mind
Sundor aet Rune: The Voluntary Exile of The Wanderer
From Plaint to Praise: Language as Cure in "The Wanderer"
The Form and Structure of The Seafarer
En/closed Subjects: The Wife's Lament and the Culture of Early Medieval Female Monasticism
The Devotional Context of the Cross Before A.D. 1000
Stylistic Disjunctions in The Dream of the Rood
God, Death, and Loyalty in The Battle of Maldon
Maldon and Mythopoesis