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  • Hengest: The Fragment and the Episode 1982 Mr. Bliss 1983 The Monsters and the Critics (an essay collection) Beowulf: the Monsters and the Critics (1936) On Translating
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  • Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 3 Beowulf 17315321911 Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 3 — Beowulf BEOWULF. The epic of Beowulf, the most precious relic of
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  • language about the dragon at l. 100. Beowulf's "jubilee" is fitly solemnized by his third and last dragon-fight. l. 2213. B. proposes sē þe on hearge hǣðen
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  • Beowulf (Wyatt) Beowulf XXXVIII 1470534Beowulf (Wyatt) — Beowulf XXXVIII XXXVIII. Ðā ic snūde gefrægn  sunu Wihstānes æfter word-cwydum  wundum
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  • Beowulf (Wyatt) Argument 1309663Beowulf (Wyatt) — Argument ARGUMENT. Hrothgar, king of the Danes, with whose ancestry the poem opens, in the
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  • The Oldest English Epic by Unknown, translated by Francis Barton Gummere Beowulf 1310223The Oldest English Epic — BeowulfUnknownFrancis Barton Gummere
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  • Beowulf (Wyatt) Beowulf XXXIX 1471275Beowulf (Wyatt) — Beowulf XXXIX [XXXIX.] Ðā wæs gegongen  guman unfrōdum earfoðlīce,  þæt hē on eorðan
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  • The Oldest English Epic by Unknown, translated by Francis Barton Gummere Beowulf: XXXIII 1324206The Oldest English Epic — Beowulf: XXXIIIUnknownFrancis
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  • The Oldest English Epic by Unknown, translated by Francis Barton Gummere Beowulf: XXXVII 1324622The Oldest English Epic — Beowulf: XXXVIIUnknownFrancis
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  • The Oldest English Epic by Unknown, translated by Francis Barton Gummere Beowulf: XLII 1325046The Oldest English Epic — Beowulf: XLIIUnknownFrancis
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  • The Oldest English Epic by Unknown, translated by Francis Barton Gummere Beowulf: XXXVIII 1324890The Oldest English Epic — Beowulf: XXXVIIIUnknownFrancis
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  • A Book of Myths Beowulf 1169300A Book of Myths — Beowulf BEOWULF "He was of mankind "In might the strongest."—Longfellow's Translation.
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  • The Oldest English Epic by Unknown, translated by Francis Barton Gummere Beowulf: XXXII 1324205The Oldest English Epic — Beowulf: XXXIIUnknownFrancis
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  • The Oldest English Epic by Unknown, translated by Francis Barton Gummere Beowulf: XXXIX 1324900The Oldest English Epic — Beowulf: XXXIXUnknownFrancis
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  • The Oldest English Epic by Unknown, translated by Francis Barton Gummere Beowulf: III 1310781The Oldest English Epic — Beowulf: IIIUnknownFrancis
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  • The Oldest English Epic by Unknown, translated by Francis Barton Gummere Beowulf: XXXIV 1324437The Oldest English Epic — Beowulf: XXXIVUnknownFrancis
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  • him against the dragon, and Beowulf is wrapped in the flame, Wiglaf recalls to him the aim of his whole life:–– 'Bear thyself Well.'––'Beowulf, beloved,
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  • The Oldest English Epic by Unknown, translated by Francis Barton Gummere Beowulf: XXXI 1323613The Oldest English Epic — Beowulf: XXXIUnknownFrancis
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  • The Oldest English Epic by Unknown, translated by Francis Barton Gummere Beowulf: XLI 1325036The Oldest English Epic — Beowulf: XLIUnknownFrancis
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  • The Oldest English Epic by Unknown, translated by Francis Barton Gummere Beowulf: XXI 1322757The Oldest English Epic — Beowulf: XXIUnknownFrancis
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