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Prey tell: how heroes perceive monsters in BeowulfPARKS, W.The Journal of English and Germanic philology. 1993, Vol 92, Num 1, pp 1-16, issn 0363-6941Article

King Arthur's dual personality in Layamon's BrutALAMICHEL, M.-F.Neophilologus. 1993, Vol 77, Num 2, pp 303-319, issn 0028-2677Article

Un/H/litme Voluntarily in Beowulf Line 1097VICKREY, J.The Journal of English and Germanic philology. 1988, Vol 87, Num 3, pp 315-328, issn 0363-6941Article

The Seven Beowulf Reviewers : Latest or Last IdentificationsHAARDER, A.English studies (Amsterdam). 1988, Vol 69, Num 4, pp 289-292, issn 0013-838XArticle

Beowulf's Second Grendel FightBEEKMAN TAYLOR, P.Neuphilologische Mitteilungen. 1985, Vol 86, Num 1, pp 62-69, issn 0028-3754Article

Heathen Sacrifice in Beowulf and Rimbert's Life of AnsgarANDERSSON, T. M.Medievalia et humanistica. 1985, Num 13, pp 65-74, issn 0076-6127Article

Blickling Homily XVI and the Dating of Beowulf in Medieval Studies Conference Aachen 1983. Language and LiteratureCOLLINS, R. L.Bamberger Beiträge zur Englischen Sprachwissenschaft Frankfurt-am-Main. 1984, Vol 15, pp 61-70Article

A Note on the Substitution of Door for Beach in a Formulaic ThemeJOHNSON, J. D.Neophilologus Groningen. 1983, Vol 67, Num 4, pp 596-598Article

Beowulf 1130, 1875 and 2006: in Defence of the ManuscriptTAYLOR, P. B.Neuphilologische Mitteilungen Helsinki. 1981, Vol 82, Num 4, pp 357-359Article

Beowulf 3069 b: Curse or Consequence?DOIG, J. F.English Language Notes Boulder, Colo. 1981, Vol 19, Num 1, pp 3-6Article

The Dragon in Beowulf RevisitedKELLER, T. L.Aevum. Rassegna di Scienze Storiche, Linguistiche, Filologiche Milano. 1981, Vol 55, Num 2, pp 218-228Article

Beowulf 1-2: An Argument for a New ReadingSPAMER, J. B.English Studies. A Journal of English Letters and Philology Amsterdam. 1981, Vol 62, Num 3, pp 210-214Article

Germanic Sapientia and the Heroic Ethos of BeowulfKINDRICK, R. L.Medievalia et Humanistica Cleveland, Ohio. 1981, Num 10, pp 1-17Article

The Firedrake in BeowulfBROWN, A. K.Neophilologus Groningen. 1980, Vol 64, Num 3, pp 439-460Article

The Structural Unity of Beowulf: The problem of Grendel's MotherNITZSCHE, J. C.Texas Studies in Literature and Language. A Journal of Humanities Austin, Tex. 1980, Vol 22, Num 3, pp 287-303Article

Three Beowulf NotesBAMMESBERGER, A.English Studies. A Journal of English Letters and Philology Amsterdam. 1980, Vol 61, Num 6, pp 481-484Article

Did Beowulf commit Feaxfeng Against Grendel's Mother?STANLEY E. G.Notes and Queries. 1976, Vol 23, Num 8, pp 339-340Article

Beowulf and Hygelac: Problems for Fiction in HistoryMCNAMARA J.Rice University Studies. 1976, Vol 62, Num 2, pp 55-63Article

Beowulf on the PoetOPLAND J.Mediaeval Studies. 1976, Vol 38, pp 442-467Article

BeowulfSMITH J.English. 1976, Vol 25, Num 123, pp 203-229Article

The Case against the Rythm of BeowulfSILVER-BECK B. L.Neuphilologische Mitteilungen. 1976, Vol 77, Num 4, pp 510-525Article

Some Aspects of the Maldon Poet's ArtistryROBINSON, F. C.Journal of English and Germanic Philology Urbana, Ill. 1976, Vol 75, Num 1-2, pp 25-40Article


Even Monsters Have Mothers: A Study of Beowulf and John Gardner's GrendelHUTMAN N. L.Mosaic. A Journal for the Comparative Study of Literature and Ideas. 1975, Vol 9, Num 1, pp 19-31Article

Verbal Stress in Old English VerseSTANLEY E. G.Anglia. 1975, Vol 93, Num 3-4, pp 307-334Article

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