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Study Tools and Sources Links for Beowulf


These links were last accessed circa May 2018. Some may have moved or disappeared.


The Monster and its Interpreters, by


The Translations of Beowulf (As of 1903), by Chauncey Brewster Tinker.


Annotated List of Beowulf Translations: The List, by Marijane Osborn (As of 2002).


Annotated List of Beowulf Translations: Introduction, Marijane Osborn.


List of translations and artistic depictions of Beowulf on Wikipedia.



Beowulf by Syd Allan

Syd Allan?s Extremely Scholarly Site About Beowulf.


Bibliography one:, by Syd Allan.


Bibliography two:, by Syd Allan.


Book Comparison Table:, by Syd Allan with images of the book covers.


Mirror of, by Syd Allan.



Beowulf: story summary by Morris and Wyatt


Beowulf: story summary by Lesslie Hall


Beowulf: story introduction by Kirtlan


Beowulf: An Introduction to the Study of the Poem with a Discussion of the Stories of Offa and Finn


The Relation of the Hrolfs Saga Kraka and the Bjarkarimur to Beowulf, by Oscar Ludvig Olson


Beowulf in Anglo-Saxon Text


A Middle English Vocabulary, edited by J R R Tolkien


Massive, extensive source on all things Beowulf. Includes side-by-side Old English and Modern English texts.


Side-by-side Old English and Modern English texts of Beowulf.


Beowulf flash-cards. An excellent study aid.


A Collection of Links to Sources on the Web About Beowulf.


Side by Side Presentation of the Original Text with the Modern Translation Beowulf Poem Summary


Wikipedia Summary of Beowulf


Wikipedia Summary of Flyting: a contest consisting of the exchange of insults, often conducted in verse, between two parties.


Wikipedia Summary of the Literary Device Called Kenning

Wikipedia List of kennings

Literary Devices: Kenning

89 Colorful Kennings