Postmodern Beowulf A Critical Casebook
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Description: 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
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List price: $44.95
Copyright year: 2006
Publisher: West Virginia University Press
Publication date: 9/20/2006
Size: 6.50" wide x 9.00" long x 2.25" tall
|After everything, the postmodern "Beowulf"|
|The world, the text, and the critic|
|In transit : theorizing cultural appropriation in medieval Europe|
|Beowulf and the ancestral homeland|
|Writing the unreadable Beowulf|
|Locating Beowulf in literary history|
|Ethnicity, power and the English|
|Landscapes of conversion : Guthlac's mound and Grendel's mere as expressions of Anglo-Saxon nation-building|
|Beowulf and the origins of civilization|
|Enjoyment of violence and desire for history in Beowulf|
|The ethnopsychology of in-law feud and the remaking of group identity in Beowulf : the cases of Hengest and Ingeld|
|The ruins of identity|
|Regardless of sex : men, women, and power in early Northern Europe|
|Men and Beowulf|
|Beowulf's tears of fatherhood|
|Voices from the margins : women and textual enclosure in Beowulf|
|What is an author?|
|The textuality of old English poetry|
|Swords and signs : dynamic semeiosis in Beowulf|
|Hrothgar's hilt and the reader in Beowulf|
|"As I once did with Grendel" : boasting and nostalgia in Beowulf|
|Reading Beowulf with original eyes|