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Beowulf, Translated by Kirtlan

 

Table of Contents
NOTE AS TO USE OF APPENDIX
INTRODUCTION
I. The Prelude
I. Chapter 1.
II. Chapter 2.
III. Chapter 3.
IV. Chapter 4.
V. Chapter 5.
VI. Chapter 6.
VII. Chapter 7.
VIII. Chapter 8.
IX. Chapter 9.
X. Chapter 10.
XI. Chapter 11.
XII. Chapter 12.
XIII. Chapter 13.
XIV. Chapter 14.
XV. Chapter 15.
XVI. Chapter 16.
XVII. Chapter 17.
XVIII. Chapter 18.
XIX. Chapter 19.
XX. Chapter 20.
XXI. Chapter 21.
XXII. Chapter 22.
XXIII. Chapter 23.
XXIV. Chapter 24.
XXV. Chapter 25.
XXVI. Chapter 26.
XXVII. Chapter 27.
XXVIII. Chapter 28.
XXIX. Chapter 29.
Chapter 30 has been left out. See: Brief Outline of the Beowulf Story. “Kevin Kiernan says that the section number XXX was left out because the second scribe was trying to fit a lot of text onto the page, and had no room to write it.” And: “XXX [lines ????-2143]. After a reference to a feud with the Heathobards which will be ended by the marriage of Froda and Freaware, he resumes in more detail the story of his fight with Grendel, the death of Aeschere, and his conquest of Grendel’s mother.”
XXXI. Chapter 31.
XXXII. Chapter 32.
XXXIII. Chapter 33.
XXXIV. Chapter 34.
XXXV. Chapter 35.
XXXVI. Chapter 36.
XXXVII. Chapter 37.
XXXVIII. Chapter 38.
XXXIX. Chapter 39.
XL. Chapter 40.
XLI. Chapter 41.
XLII. Chapter 42.
XLIII. Chapter 43.
I. GENERAL NOTE ON THE POEM
SCANDINAVIAN RECORDS
FRENCH RECORDS
ORIGIN OF THE ANGLO-SAXON POEM
II. THE PRELUDE
III. BROSINGA MENE
IV. EORMANRIC
V. MARRIAGE OF FREAWARU AND INGELD
VI. FINN
VII. HYGELAC
VIII. HĈCYN AND HEREBALD
IX. WARS BETWEEN THE SWEDES AND THE GEATS
X. SIGMUND
XI. TRIBES MENTIONED IN THE POEM
XII. PAGE 135
BOOKS CONSULTED
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