6 edition of Beowulf and The fight at Finnsburg found in the catalog.
Bibliography: p. [cxxiii]-clix.
|Other titles||Fight at Finnesburg (Anglo-Saxon poem)|
|Statement||edited, with introduction, bibliography, notes, glossary, and appendices, by Fr. Klaeber.|
|Contributions||Klaeber, Fr. 1863-1954.|
|LC Classifications||PR1580 .K5, PR1580 .K5|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||clxii p., 1 ℗ ., 412 p.|
|Number of Pages||412|
|LC Control Number||22013147|
There are many translations of Beowulf currently available, but translations of the other texts within this manuscript are uncommon. Professor Fulk’s [End Page ] book stands out because it contains the Nowell Codex in its entirety, with the original Old English text alongside a modern English translation. The extant works of the manuscript are all included, with readers now easily able to. : Beowulf An Anglo-saxon Poem and the Fight at Finnsburg: Green cloth, beveled edges, black title on front board, gilded spine. 4th Edition. Light wear to corners and head and foot of spine. Light wear to surface of front board. Former owner's name in pen on front end paper. Three faint spots on back board. Inside is very, very clean.
Beowulf Third Edition and the Fight at Finnsburg Supplement: Fr Klaeber, Father Klaeber: Books - 5/5(4). Beowulf | This work has been selected by scholars as being culturally important, and is part of the knowledge base of civilization as we know it. This work was reproduced from the original artifact, and remains as true to the original work as possible.
hor]nas byrnað nǣfre?” Hlēoðrode þā heaðo-geong cyning: “Ne ðis ne dagað ēastan, ne hēr draca ne flēogeð, ne hēr ðisse healle hornas ne byrnað, 5 ac fēr forþ beratð, fugelas singað, gylleð grǣg-hama, gūð-wudu hlynneð, scyld scefte oncwyð. Nū scȳneð þes mōna waðol under wolcnum; nū ārīsað wēa-dǣda. Beowulf is one of the finest works of vernacular literature from the European Middle Ages and as such is a fitting title to head the Old English family of texts published in the Dumbarton Oaks Medieval Library.. But this volume offers something unique. For the first time in the history of Beowulf scholarship, the poem appears alongside the other four texts from its sole surviving manuscript Brand: Harvard.
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Frederick Klaeber's Beowulf has long been the standard edition for study by students and advanced scholars alike. Its wide-ranging coverage of scholarship, its comprehensive philological aids, and its exceptionally thorough notes and glossary have ensured its continued use in spite of the fact that the book has remained largely unaltered since Page lii - The poem of Beowulf consists of two distinct parts joined in a very loose manner and held together only by the person of the hero.
The first of these does not in the least require or presuppose a continuation. Nor is the second dependent for its interpretation on the events of the first plot, the two references to the "Grendel part" being quite cursory and irrelevant ( ff. Beowulf and The Fight at Finnsburg.
Third edn with 1st & 2nd supplements. by KLAEBER, Fr (ed, intr &c) and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at The related "Fight at Finnsburg" fragment is given a similar treatment, smaller in proportion to its brevity.
(Tolkien's posthumously-published "Finn and Hengest," edited by Alan Bliss, brings together the fragment and the related digresssion in "Beowulf," with even more detailed commentary, and, in my opinion, a very plausible interpretation.)5/5(4).
Beowulf and The fight at Finnsburg; Item Preview remove-circle The text runs into the gutter on some of the pages in this book. Addeddate Call number Camera Canon 5D External-identifier Beowulf and The fight at Finnsburg book Foldoutcount 0 Identifier.
Beowulf and the Fight at Finnsburg [Fr. Klaeber] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.5/5(4). Beowulf, and The Fight at Finnsburg by Unknown Basically, no info at all. This is the 3rd edition of the Klaeber translation. It is very dense with lots of information, on some pages the typeset is quite small.
I'll fill in what all the extras and appendices are, as I read it/5. The book now begins with a three page This new fourth edition of Klaeber's Beowulf is one of the most important contributions to Old English scholarship in years. Robert Dennis Fulk, Robert E.
Bjork and John D. Niles bring Frederick Klaeber's legendary edition of Beowulf thoroughly up to date for the 21st century/5.
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Best Selling in Nonfiction. See all. OCLC Number: Description: clxxxii, pages ; 21 cm: Contents: Argument of the poem --The fabulous or supernatural elements --The historical elements --The Christian coloring --Structure of the poem --Tone, style, meter ript --Genesis of the Titles: Beowulf.
Fight at Finnsburg (Anglo-Saxon poem). Beowulf and The Fight at Finnsburg. Poem has a clear narrative starting with the the building of Heorot and the ravages of Grendol.
Beowulf resolves revenge. Black and white illustrations. Owner made notations on end pages and several other Rating: % positive. Beowulf. Beowulf and the fight at Finnsburg.
Boston, New York D.C. Heath and Company [©] (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Fr Klaeber. Find more information about: OCLC Number: Description: clxxxvii, , pages frontispiece (facsimile) 21.
The bard’s tale of the conflict between the Danes and the Frisians—the Finnsburg episode, as this poem-within-a-poem is commonly called—contains some of the most beautiful and resonant language in Beowulf, utilizing many devices characteristic of Anglo-Saxon poetry. One such device is deliberate, emphatic understatement, as in the lines.
Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Beowulf and The fight at Finnsburg by Friedrich Klaeber,D.C. Heath edition, in English - 3d. ed., with supplementPages: Frederick Klaeber’s Beowulf has long been the standard edition for study by students and advanced scholars alike.
Its wide-ranging coverage of scholarship, its comprehensive philological aids, and its exceptionally thorough notes and glossary have ensured its continued use in spite of the fact that the book has remained largely unaltered since Cited by: 3.“The Dramatic Audience in Beowulf,” Journal of English and Germanic Philology 51 (): –50; Renoir, Alain, “The Heroic Oath in Beowulf, the Chanson de Roland, and the Niebelungenlied,” in Studies in Old English Literature in Honor of Arthur G.
Brodem, ed. Greenfield, Stanley B. (Eugene, OR, ),at ; Osborn Cited by: Full text of "Beowulf and The Fight at Finnsburg" See other formats.
Beowulf is the longest and finest literary work to have come down to us from Anglo-Saxon times, and one of the world's greatest epic poems. Set in the half-legendary, half historical Scandinavian past, it tells the story of the hero Beowulf, who comes to the aid of the Danish king Hrothgar by killing first the terrifying, demonic monster Grendel, and then Grendel's infuriated and vengeful mother/5(7).
Find The Book of Beowulf: With The Fight at Finnsburg, Widsith, Deor, Caedmon's Hymn, Waldere, & the Battle of Maldon, in Modern English Verse Translations -(SIGNED)- by Walton, Michael -(signed)- - Sensing his own death approaching, Beowulf goes to fight the dragon.
With the aid of Wiglaf, he succeeds in killing the beast, but at a heavy cost. The dragon bites Beowulf in the neck, and its fiery venom kills him moments after their encounter. The Geats fear that their enemies will attack them now that Beowulf is : Tom Shippey. In response to Kiani Francis' post: The Heaney "translation" of Beowulf is referred to often as 'Heaneywulf' for a reason; it is less a translation than a chance for Heaney to show off his poetic prowess and his grasp of Anglo-Saxon.
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Franklin Classics. Publication Date. Buy This Book. $ plus shipping $ free shipping worldwide. By purchasing books through this website, you support our non-profit organization. Ancient History.The Finnesburg — or Finnsburh — Fragment is a portion of an Old English heroic poem about a fight in which Hnæf and his 60 retainers are besieged at "Finn's fort" and attempt to hold off their attackers.
The surviving text is tantalisingly brief and allusive, but comparison with other references in Old English poetry, notably Beowulf (c. AD), suggests that it deals with a conflict.