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|Named Person:||J R R Tolkien|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Norman Davis; Charles Leslie Wrenn
|Notes:||Imprint covered by label : New York, Humanities Press.
Chaucer's translation of the Bible, by W.M. Thompson.--God's wenches and the light that spoke, by N. Coghill.--The anthropological approach by C.S. Lewis--The textual transmission of the alliterative Morte Arthure, by A. McIntosh.--Thurstable, by G. Turville-Petre.--Art and tradition in Skírnismál, by U. Dronke.--Two sixteenth-century editions of The life of St. Catharine of Alexandria, by A. Kurvinen.--Climates of opinions, by J.A.W. Bennett.--Magic in an Anglo-Saxon cemetery, by C.L. Wrenn.--Man and monsters at Sutton Hoo, by Norman Davis.
|Description:||1 vol. (339 p.) : front., (2) pl., (2) fig. ; 23 cm.|
|Contents:||A short ode to a philologist, by W.H. Auden --
The Old English epic style, by A. Campbell --
The appreciation of Old English metre, by A.J. Bliss --
King Alfred's last war, by M.E. Griffiths --
Six questions of Old and Middle English morphology, by C.E. Bazell --
Studies in late West-Saxon labialization and delabialization, by P. Gradon --
The Bodmer fragment of Ælfric's homily for Septuagesima Sunday, by N.R. Kerr --
A neglected manuscript of British history, by S.R.T.O. d'Ardenne --
Ormulum: words copied by Jan van Vliet from parts now lost, by R.W. Burchfield --
Alliterative phrases in the Ormulum: some Norse parallels, by E.S. Olszewska --
The affiliations of the manuscripts of Ancrene Wisse, by E.J. Dobson --
God and man in Troilus and Criseyde, by T.P. Dunning
|Responsibility:||edited by Norman Davis and C. L. Wrenn.|