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Versions in Old English (Anglo-Saxon)
- Beowulf (Zupitza), Autotypes (facsmilies) of the MS, with transliteration and notes by Julius Zupitza (1882).
- Beowulf (Harrison and Sharp), edited by James A. Harrison and Robert Sharp (1883); based on Moritz Heyne’s fourth edition of 1879; but without Heyne’s (German) notes.
- Beowulf (Wyatt), edited by A. J. Wyatt (1894); based on Zupitza’s autotypes.
Translations into modern English
- Beowulf (Wackerbarth), translated by Athanasius Diedrich Wackerbarth (1849)
- Beowulf (Hall), translated by Lesslie Hall (1892), based on the Heyne-Socin text. (Project Gutenberg text)
- The Tale of Beowulf, translated by William Morris and A. J. Wyatt (1895); with classical rhyme-pattern. (Project Gutenberg text)
- Beowulf translated by Francis B. Gummere (1909) (Chapter 1 of The Oldest English Epic; maintaining the Anglo-Saxon metre and rhyme-pattern. )
- "The Story of Beowulf, Grendel, and Grendel's Mother" and "The Story of Beowulf and the Fire Drake". H. S. C. Everard; H. J. Ford (illustr.). The Red Book of Animal Stories. Lang (ed.) London: Longman. 1899
- "Beowulf". Jean Lang; Helen Stratton (illustr.). A Book of Myths. 1914