Editions Beowulf Medieval British


Contains both the original Old English text and a modern translation, with the ability to jump to any section of the original or the translation. Also provides considerable background material.








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  • Beowulf: Harrison-Sharp Edition - An edition of Beowulf and the Battle of Finnsburh by beowulf James Harrison and Robert Sharp. Published 1883. Includes complete Old beowulf English text, extensive textual notes, list of names occurring in beowulf the poem, and glossary. Project Gutenberg ebook. Available in var
  • Beowulf: the Grendel Episode - Old English text of lines 702-897, with words medieval hot-linked to editions glossary.
  • Beowulf on Steorarume (Beowulf in Cyberspace) - Benjamin Slade\\'s critical edition of Beowulf, together with medieval a facing-page beowulf translation, explanatory notes, glossary, supplemental texts medieval and translations, background material, beowulf and links.
  • Electronic Beowulf - Online help facility for the image-based CD-ROM edition of the manuscript. Includes manuscript images and explanations of the Electronic Beowulf project.
  • Beowulf: ASPR Edition - Complete Old English text as it appears in medieval the Anglo-Saxon Poetic Records edition. From the Labyrinth medieval Library.
  • Beowulf: the Lament of the Last Survivor - Hypertext edition of lines 2247-2266. Includes Old English beowulf text with editions running glossary and notes, reading list, beowulf modern English translation, contextual editions information, and electronic resources.
  • Beowulf: the Grendel episode - Hypertext edition of lines 702-897. Includes Old English text with medieval running glossary and notes, reading list, modern English translation, contextual medieval information, and electronic resources.
  • Beowulf: Beowulf's Funeral - Hypertext edition of lines 3156-3182. Includes Old English medieval text with editions running glossary and notes, reading list, medieval modern English translation, contextual editions information, and electronic resources.
  • Beowulf in Hypertext - Contains both the original Old English text and medieval a modern beowulf translation, with the ability to jump medieval to any section of beowulf the original or the medieval translation. Also provides considerable background material.
  • Beowulf: Klaeber edition - Complete text of Beowulf as it appears in the Friedrich beowulf Klaeber edition. From the Internet Medieval Sourcebook.


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