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Fri Mar 21 17:09:55 2014 UTClccn-n500782740.50The dream of the rood microform : an old English poem attributed to Cynewulf /0.720.95Cynewulf's part in our Beowulf,263721711Cynewulfn 50078274111931Cenevulfus 075.?-08..?Coenevulfus 075?-08..?CynevulfusCynevulfus 075.?-08..?Cynevulfus ca. 8./9. Jh.CynwulfCynwulf 075.?-08..?Cynwulf, f. sec. VIII/IXKynewulfKynewulf 075.?-08..?Kynewulf ca. 8./9. Jh.Kynewulf, f. sec. VIII/IXlccn-n80057224Cook, Albert S.(Albert Stanburrough)1853-1927othedtlccn-n85120161HelenaSaintapproximately 255-approximately 330lccn-n88619391Kennedy, Charles W.(Charles William)1882-1969trledtlccn-n79144728Calder, Daniel Gillmorenp-juliana$saint of nicomediaJulianaSaint, of Nicomedialccn-n85335511Woolf, Rosemaryedtlccn-n50017199Schaar, Claeslccn-n88254034Gradon, Pamelaothedtlccn-n50044744Kent, Charles W.1860-1917edtlccn-no2011122912Smithson, George Arnold1880-CynewulfLegendsCriticism, interpretation, etcPoetryHistoryFolkloreCynewulfChristian poetry, English (Old)Civilization, Anglo-Saxon, in literatureHelena,--Saint,Rhetoric, MedievalCivilization, Medieval, in literatureEnglish poetry--Old EnglishJuliana,--of Nicomedia, Saint,Christian women saintsBeowulfEpic poetry, English (Old)Rome (Empire)Plots (Drama, novel, etc.)LiteratureAndrew,--Apostle, SaintChurch history--Primitive and early churchChristian saintsWoodberry, George Edward,Jesus ChristEnglandSpeech in literatureOral traditionBestiariesGollancz, Israel,Figures of speechEnglish language--Old English--Figures of speechPoeticsRepetition (Rhetoric)Style, LiteraryAndreas (Old English poem)JulianaPoets, English--Old EnglishCaedmonAnglo-SaxonsDidactic poetry, English (Old)Exeter bookAnimalsCanon (Literature)Animals--FolkloreAuthorshipEnglish language--Old EnglishChristian poetry, LatinHolthausen, Ferdinand,Manuscripts, English800850184018421854185618571859186018651877187918801883188418851886188718881889189018911892189318941895189618971898189919001901190219041905190619071908190919101911191219131914191519191921192519261927192919301932193319341936194219431948194919511952195319541955195619571958195919611963196419651966196719681969197019711972197319741975197619771978197919801981198219831984198519861987198819891990199119921993199619971998200120032006200720102012201310535241749829.4PR1664ocn457329935ocn457329964ocn765463406ocn459014930ocn459014925ocn457329959ocn458002857ocn765463370ocn457329952ocn660991252ocn797434325ocn800011231ocn725065012ocn459608195ocn06355403772125ocn001880783book19040.70JulianaJulianaLegends+-+067943403560419ocn002842544book19100.59CynewulfThe poems of Cynewulf46925ocn004598838book19580.73CynewulfCynewulf's EleneLegendsPoetry+-+335043403532443826ocn005001186book18890.66CynewulfElene; an old English poemPoetry36140ocn003218758book19000.63CynewulfThe Christ of Cynewulf; a poem in three parts: The advent, The ascension, and The last judgmentCriticism, interpretation, etcPoetry+-+473690696632435211ocn002015911book19480.66CynewulfElenePoetry29412ocn000351971book19050.76Krapp, George PhilipAndreas and The fates of the apostles; two Anglo-Saxon narrative poemsLegendsPoetryAndreas and The fates of the Apostles is often ascribed to Cynewulf+-+960460789625210ocn002938582book18920.70CynewulfCynewulf's Christ, an eighth century English epicPoetry21911ocn002158552book19210.84PHYSIOLOGUSThe Old English Physiologus:FolklorePoetry20629ocn001389645book19050.84CynewulfCynewulfs Elene (Kreuzauffindung) : mit Einleitung, Glossar, Anmerkungen und der lateinischen QuelleLegends1883ocn003254490book19050.73Cook, Albert SThe dream of the rood : an old English poem attributed to Cynewulf18514ocn008990150book19040.86CynewulfThe Elene of CynewulfLegends+-+K7661628961463ocn812067686book20130.79CynewulfThe Old English poems of CynewulfThe Old English poems attributed to Cynewulf, who flourished some time between the eighth and tenth centuries, are unusual because most vernacular poems in this period are anonymous. Other than the name, we have no biographical details of Cynewulf, not even the most basic facts of where or when he lived. Yet the poems themselves attest to a powerfully inventive imagination, deeply learned in Christian doctrine and traditional verse-craft. Runic letters spelling out the name Cynewulf appear in four poems: Christ II (or The Ascension), Juliana, The Fates of the Apostles, and Elene. To these a fifth can be added, Guthlac B, because of similarities in style and vocabulary, but any signature (if one ever existed) has been lost because its ending lines are missing. What characterizes Cynewulf's poetry? He reveals an expert control of structure as shown from the changes he makes to his Latin sources. He has a flair for extended similes and dramatic dialogue. In Christ II, for example, the major events in Christ's life are portrayed as vigorous leaps. In Juliana the force of the saint's rhetoric utterly confounds a demon sent to torment her. - Publisher1359ocn004955716book19770.79CynewulfCynewulf's "Juliana"Legends+-+06794340351177ocn002938241book18890.79Garnett, James MElene; Judith; Athelstan, or, The fight at Brunanburh; and Byrhtnoth, or The fight at Maldon: Anglo-Saxon poems11013ocn003768357book18770.86CynewulfCynewulfs Elene : mit einem GlossarPoetry1003ocn023536593book18400.73Grimm, JacobAndreas und Elene972ocn000730135book18850.84Andreas: the Legend of St. AndrewLegends673ocn005788858book19060.93Kennedy, Charles WThe Legend of St. Juliana, translated from the Latin of the Acta sanctorum and the Anglo-Saxon of Cynewulf619ocn006673302com18770.73CynewulfElene6252ocn007328794book19810.56Calder, Daniel GillmoreCynewulfCriticism, interpretation, etc50515ocn001317642book19000.63CynewulfThe Christ of Cynewulf; a poem in three parts: The advent, The ascension, and The last judgmentCriticism, interpretation, etcPoetry47910ocn000656459book19490.73Schaar, ClaesCritical studies in the Cynewulf groupCriticism, interpretation, etc42215ocn000151758book19100.70Smithson, George ArnoldThe Old English Christian epic; a study in the plot technique of the Juliana, the Elene, the Andreas, and the Christ, in comparison with the Beowulf and with the Latin literature of the Middle AgesCriticism, interpretation, etc3212ocn009066196book19830.79Anderson, Earl RCynewulf, structure, style, and theme in his poetryCriticism, interpretation, etc25518ocn002396355book19320.79Sisam, KennethCynewulf and his poetryCriticism, interpretation, etcBiography2252ocn011113919book19840.84Olsen, Alexandra HennesseySpeech, song, and poetic craft : the artistry of the Cynewulf canonHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etc2174ocn001124991book19000.59CynewulfThe Christ of Cynewulf1801ocn034411911book19960.86Cynewulf : basic readingsCriticism, interpretation, etc+-+63026806351253ocn000621225book19670.90Faiss, KlausGnade bei Cynewulf und seiner Schule. Semasiologisch-onomasiolische Studien zu einem semantischen Feld1027ocn003037064book19430.92Dubois, Marguerite MarieLes éléments latins dans la poésie religieuse de CynewulfCriticism, interpretation, etc912ocn046729167book20010.66Bjork, Robert EThe Cynewulf readerCriticism, interpretation, etcThe Cynewulf Reader is a collection of classic and original essays presenting a comprehensive view of the elusive Anglo-Saxon poet Cynewulf, his language, and his work+-+K902840695899ocn000191896book19420.86Das, Satyendra KumarCynewulf and the Cynewulf canonCriticism, interpretation, etc853ocn026397240book19900.90Wine, Joseph DFigurative language in Cynewulf : defining aspects of a poetic styleHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etc731ocn015057037book19050.50The dream of the rood microform : an old English poem attributed to Cynewulf532ocn013565810book19080.81Jansen, KarlDie Cynewulf-Forschung von ihren Anfängen bis zur GegenwartBibliography531ocn005107153book19250.95Cook, Albert SCynewulf's part in our Beowulf522ocn004150589book18980.88Trautmann, MoritzKynewulf, der Bischof und Dichter: Untersuchungen über seine Werke und sein Leben481ocn013565814book18990.76SIMONS, RichardCynewulfs Wortschatz oder vollständiges Wörterbuch zu den schriften Cynewulf's472ocn008885762book19130.93Sarrazin, GregorVon Kädmon bis Kynewulf. Eine litterarhistorische StudieCriticism, interpretation, etc+-+3350434035324+-+3350434035324Fri Mar 21 15:52:46 EDT 2014batch31628