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F 4.5, Literature & Learning: Comparative Literature: Beowulf

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4707
Chambers (R. W.): Beowulf. An introduction to the study of the poem with a discussion of the stories of Offa and Finn. — 3rd ed.
With a suppl. by C. L. Wrenn.
Cambridge: U.P., 1959. xvii + 628 pp.
1st ed. 1921. Bibliogr. to 1958.
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4710
Puhvel (Martin): Beowulf and Celtic under-water adventure.
In Folklore 76, 1965, pp. 254–61.
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4709
Donahue (Charles): Beowulf and Christian tradition: a reconsideration from a Celtic stance.
In Traditio 21, 1965, pp. 55–116.
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4712
Puhvel (Martin): Beowulf and Irish battle rage.
In Folklore 79, 1968, pp. 40–7.
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4708
Henry (P. L.): Beowulf cruces.
In KZ 77, 1961, pp. 140–59.
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4704
Donahue (Charles): Beowulf, Ireland and the natural good.
In Traditio 7, 1949/51 (1951), pp. 263–77.
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4711
Puhvel (Martin): Beowulf’s slaying of Daghræfn — a connection with Irish myth?
In Folklore 77, 1966, pp. 282–5.
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4703
Donahue (Charles): Grendel and the clanna Cain.
In JCS 1, 1950, pp. 167–75.
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4706
Pepperdene (Margaret W.): Grendel’s geis.
In JRSAI 85, 1955, pp. 188–92
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4715
Travis (James): Hiberno-Saxon Christianity and the survival of Beowulf.
In Lochlann 4, 1969, pp. 226–34.
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4705
Carney (James): The Irish elements in Beowulf.
In 495 [SILH], (chap. 3), pp. 77–114.
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4714
Puhvel (Martin): The melting of the giant-wrought sword in Beowulf.
In ELN 7, 1969, pp. 81–4.
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4713
Puhvel (Martin): The might of Grendel’s mother.
In Folklore 80, 1969, pp. 81–8.
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