BEOWULF 1998 - ITEMS SEEN as of March 11, 1999

 Baker, Peter S. "The Reader, the Editor, and the Electronic Critical Edition." A Guide to Editing Middle English. Ed. Vincent P. McCarren and Douglas Moffat. Ann Arbor, 1998. pp. 263-83. [Brunanburh and Beowulf]

 Barringer, Bob. "Adding Insult to the Inquiry: a Study of Rhetorical Jousting in Beowulf." In Geardagum 19 (1998), 19-26.

 Bammesberger, Alfred. "The Half-Line freond on frætewum (Beowulf 962a)." NM 99 (1998), 237-39.

 _______. "The Half-Line Grendeles mægum (Beowulf 2353b)." N&Q n.s. 45 (1998), 2-4.

 _______. "The Reading of Beowulf, l. 31b." NM 99 (1998), 125-29.

 Booth, Paul Anthony. "King Alfred versus Beowulf: the Re-education of the Anglo-Saxon Aristocracy." Bull. of the John Rylands Univ. Lib. of Manchester 79.3 (1997), 41-66.

 Crépin, André. "Beowulf: monstre ou modèle?" EA 51 (1998), 387-98.

 Dockray-Miller, Mary. "Beowulf's Tears of Fatherhood." Exemplaria 10 (1998), 1-28.

 Dumville, David N. "The Beowulf-Manuscript and How Not to Date It." MESN 39 (1998), 21 27.

 Earl, James W. "Beowulf: the Raw and the CookedÐan Experimental Translation." OEN 31.3 (1998), 16-27, ill.

 Eaton, Trevor. 'Beowulf,' Read in Anglo-Saxon. Wadhurst, E Susx: Pavilion Records, 1997. 2 CDs and 12-page booklet.

 Enright, Michael J. "The Warband Context of the Unferth Episode." Speculum 73 (1998), 297-337.

 Fjalldal, Magnús. The Long Arm of Coincidence: the Frustrated Connection between'Beowulf' and 'Grettis saga'. Toronto, Buffalo, and London: Univ. of Toronto Press, 1998. ix, 176 pp.

 Frantzen, Allen J. Before the Closet: Same-Sex Love from 'Beowulf' to 'Angels in America'. Chicago: Univ. of Chicago Press, 1998. x, 369 pp. ill.

 Fulk, Robert D. "Secondary Stress Phenomena in the Meter of Beowulf." Interdisciplinary Jnl for Germanic Ling. and Semiotic Analysis 3 (1998), 279-304.

 Funk, Carol Hughes. "History of Andreas and Beowulf: Comparative Scholarship." Diss. Univ. of Denver. DAI 58 (1998), 3535.

 Gerritsen, Johan. "Beowulf Revisited." ES 79 (1998), 82-86. [review article]

 Hala, James. "The Parturition of Poetry and the Birthing of Culture: the ides aglæcwif and Beowulf." Exemplaria 10 (1998), 29-50.

 Hall, J. R. "F. J. Furnivall's Letter to the Royal Library, Copenhagen, Asking That the Thorkelin Transcripts of Beowulf Be Sent to London for the Use of Julius Zupitza." N&Q n.s. 45 (1998), 267-72.

 Hall, Simon. "Beowulf: New Light on the Dark Ages." Hist. Today December 1998, pp. 4-5, ill.

 Hubert, Susan J. "The Case for Emendation of Beowulf 250b." In Geardagum 19 (1998), 51-54.

 Jensen, S. R., trans. Beowulf and the Monsters, Adapted and Abridged from the Old English Poem, 'Beowulf'. Sydney: ARRC, 1997. iv, 46 pp.

 Lionarons, Joyce Tally. The Medieval Dragon: the Nature of the Beast in Germanic Literature. Enfield Lock, Mddx: Hisarlik, 1998. viii, 151 pp.

Mitchell, Bruce, and Fred C. Robinson, ed. 'Beowulf': an Edition with Relevant Shorter Texts. Oxford and Cambridge, MA: Blackwell, 1998. xiii, 318 pp. ill. [includes "Archaeology and Beowulf" by Leslie Webster]

 Niles, John D. "Reconceiving Beowulf: Poetry as Social Praxis." College Eng. 61 (1998), 143-66.

 Ogura, Michiko. "An Ogre's Arm: Japanese Analogues of Beowulf." Words and Works: Studies in Medieval English Language and Literature in Honour of Fred C. Robinson. Ed. Peter S. Baker and Nicholas Howe. Toronto, Buffalo, and London, 1998. pp. 59-66.

 Prescott, Andrew. "Constructing Electronic Beowulf." Towards the Digital Library: the British Library's 'Initiatives for Access' Programme. Ed. Leona Carpenter, Simon Shaw, and Prescott. London, 1998. pp. 30-49, ill.

 Puhvel, Martin. "The Aquatic Contest in Hálfdanar saga Brönufóstra and Beowulf's Adventure with Breca: Any Connection?" NM 99 (1998), 131-38.

 Reed, Kenneth W. "Bestimmung und Beschreibung des sprachlichen Feldes: ein Beitrag zur Anwendung des Wortfeldprinzips." Diss. Georgetown Univ. DAI 59 (1998), 806. [dryhten in Beowulf]

 Robinson, Fred C. "Some Reflections on Mitchell and Robinson's Edition of Beowulf." MESN 39 (1998), 27-29.

 Russom, Geoffrey. 'Beowulf' and Old Germanic Metre. Cambridge Stud. in A-S Eng. 23. Cambridge: Cambridge Univ. Press, 1998. xii, 235 pp.

 Scherb, Victor I. "Setting and Cultural Memory in Part II of Beowulf." ES 79 (1998), 109-19.

 Schneider, Karl. "On Some Onomatopoetic Elements in the Textual Formulation of the Beowulf Epic." Poetica (Tokyo) 49 (1998), 97-102.

 Schwetman, John W. "Beowulf's Return: the Hero's Account of His Adventures among the Danes." Med. Perspectives 13 (1998), 136-48.

 Semple, Sarah. "A Fear of the Past: the Place of the Prehistoric Burial Mound in the Ideology of Middle and Later Anglo-Saxon England." World Archaeol. 30 (1998), 109-26, ill.

 Senra Silva, Immaculada. "The Rune 'E?el' and Scribal Writing Habits in the Beowulf MS." NM 99 (1998), 241-47.

 Shilton, Howard. "The Nature of Beowulf's Dragon." Bull. of the John Rylands Univ. Lib. of Manchester 79.3 (1997), 67-77.

 Stanley, Eric Gerald. "Courtliness and Courtesy in Beowulf and Elsewhere in English Medieval Literature." Words and Works: Studies in Medieval English Language and Literature in Honour of Fred C. Robinson. Ed. Peter S. Baker and Nicholas Howe. Toronto, Buffalo, and London, 1998. pp. 67-103.

 Thieme, Adelheid L. J. "The Gift in Beowulf: Forging the Continuity of Past and Present." Michigan Germanic Stud. 22 (1996), 126-43.

 Tripp, Raymond P., Jr. "Beowulf 301-308: the Mock-Heroic Arrival of the Hero." ELN 36.1 (1998), 1-8.

 Wehlau, Ruth. "'Seeds of Sorrow': Landscapes of Despair in The Wanderer, Beowulf's Story of Hrethel and Sonatorrek." Parergon 15.2 (1998), 1-17.

 Williams, Howard. "Monuments and the Past in Early Anglo-Saxon England." World Archaeol. 30 (1998), 90-108, ill.

 Wodzak, Victoria. "Of Weavers and Warriors: Peace and Destruction in the Epic Tradition." Midwest Quarterly 39 (1998), 253-64.


Bjork, Robert E., and John D. Niles, ed., A Beowulf Handbook (Lincoln, NE, 1997): James E. Anderson, Arthuriana 8.2 (1998), 143-45; David D. Day, Arthuriana 8.2 (1998), 145-46; Susan Irvine, N&Q 45 (1998), 483-84.

 Clark, Francelia Mason, Theme in Oral Epic and in 'Beowulf' (New York and London, 1995): Michael D. Cherniss, Speculum 73 (1998), 489-91.

 Davis, Craig R., 'Beowulf' and the Demise of Germanic Legend in England (New York and London, 1996): Susan E. Deskis, JEGP 97 (1998), 232-35; Susan Irvine, RES 49 (1998), 201-02; John D. Niles, Speculum 73 (1998), 497-99.

 Deskis, Susan E., 'Beowulf' and the Medieval Proverb Tradition (Tempe, AZ, 1996): Nicholas Howe, Speculum 73 (1998), 836-38; Carolyne Larrington, RES 49 (1998), 336-37.

 Eaton, Trevor. 'Beowulf,' Read in Anglo-Saxon (Wadhurst, E Susx, 1997): Richard Dance, 67 (1998), 128-29.

 Hill, John M., The Cultural World in 'Beowulf': T. A. Shippey, MLR 93 (1998), 169-70.

 Jack, George, ed., 'Beowulf': a Student Edition (Oxford and New York, 1994): Karl Reichl, ASNSL 235 (1998), 159-60.

 Kiernan, Kevin S., 'Beowulf' and the 'Beowulf' Manuscript, rvsd ed. (Ann Arbor, 1996): Johan Gerritsen, see sect. 3b: Beowulf.

 Orchard, Andy, Pride and Prodigies (Cambridge, 1995): John B. Friedman, MLR 93 (1998), 455-56; John M. Hill, MP 96 (1998), 58-61; Joyce Hill, Anglia 116 (1998), 406-09; Kevin S. Kiernan, Speculum 73 (1998), 879-81; Paul Sorrell, Parergon 15.2 (1998), 246-50; Elizabeth M. Tyler, ASNSL 235 (1998), 156-59.

 Stanley, E. G., In the Foreground: 'Beowulf' (Woodbridge and Rochester, NY, 1994): Joseph Harris, JEGP 97 (1998), 404-06; Peter J. Lucas, RES 49 (1998), 337-38.

 Suzuki, Seiichi, The Metrical Organization of 'Beowulf' (Berlin and New York, 1996): Robert D. Fulf, see sect. 3b: Beowulf; Mark Griffith, 67 (1998), 179; Geoffrey Russom, Speculum 73 (1998), 269-71; E. G. Stanley, N&Q n.s. 45 (1998), 96-99.


 Alamichel, Marie-Françoise, and Josseline Bidard. Lectures d'une oeuvre. 'Beowulf': symbolismes et interprétations. Paris: Editions du Temps, 1998. 125 pp.

 Alexander, Michael. "The British Library Initiatives for Access Seminar: Digital Imaging." Information Services and Use 16.3-4 (1996), 165-73.

 Berkhout, Carl T. "Beowulf Goes Digital." Computing and Communication News (Univ. of Arizona) 4.4 (1994), 8. [Seen, of course. It's about EB. I thought it too minor to include in the OEN bib, but it would probably be appropriate for the EB bib. Kevin, did I ever send you a copy of it? Can't recall.]

 Fortson, Benjamin W., IV. "Some New Work on Old Problems: the Meter of Beowulf." Diachronica 15 (1998), 325-37.

 Gruber, Loren. "Teaching Beowulf to Undergraduates: the Role of Translation." PMPA (Proc. of the Missouri Philol. Assoc.) 20 (1995), 1-10. [Loren sent me a note about this in March 1996 but no copy of the article. I'd want to see this thing first.]

 Hadzi, Dimitri. "Beowulf." Art News 97.10 (1998), 60. [Just a pic of some kind?]

 Herschend, Frands. "Beowulf and St. Sabas: the Tension between the Individual and the Collective in Germanic Society around 500 A.D." Tor 24 (1992), 145-64. I don't know if I've caught this thing yet. Doesn't sound familiar. Shall have to check. Tor is published in Uppsala.

 Holderness, Graham, trans. "Scyld's Funeral." Critical Survey 9.3 (1997), 128-30.

 Hubert, Susan J. "The Ideal of Kingship in Beowulf and Ælfric's Homily on the Book of Judges." Michigan Academician 30.1 (1998), 41-??

Jnl of the Fantastic in the Arts 9.3 (1998) contains several articles on Tolkien and Beowulf.

 Kiernan on Thorkelin in Anglo-Saxon Manuscripts and Their Heritage, ed. Pulsiano and Treharne, 1998.

Quantum: Research at the Univ. of New Mexico 14.1 (1997) might contain a short Beowulf article. Something by Helen? The UA seems to have received this issue but can't find issues after 1996. Need to check Serials Record.

 Shippey, T. A., and Andreas Haarder, ed. 'Beowulf': the Critical Heritage. London and New York: Routledge, 1998. xvii, 594 pp.

 Stévanovitch, Colette, and Josseline Bidard. 'Beowulf': de la forme au sens. Paris: Ellipses, 1998. 144 pp. ill.

 Suzuki review. See Fortson.

 Thompson, Stephen P. Readings on 'Beowulf'. San Diego: Greenhaven, 1998. 138 pp. [comp. of prev-publ essays?]

 Vallve, Manuel, trans. Beowulf: leyendas heroicas. Biblioteca juvenil Porrua 72. Mexico D.F.: Porrua, 1994. 91 pp. ill. [For kids. Felicien de Myrbach might be illustrator. Be careful with this one.]

 Wang, Ji-hui. The Concept of Kingship in Anglo-Saxon and Medieval Chinese Literature: a Comparative Study of 'Beowulf' and 'Xuanhe Yishi'. Beijing: Peking Univ. Press, 1996. 210 pp.

 Wieland, Gernot. Apparently has something on Beowulf in a 1998 issue of Musick, which the UA doesn't receive.

 Worthington, Pepper. "The Concept of Struggle in Beowulf." Mount Olive Rev. 8 (1995-96), 80-93.