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Anthropological and Cultural Approaches to Beowulf
A special issue of The Heroic Age: A Journal of Early Medieval Northwestern Europe
Beowulf in Hypertext
Hypertext and supplemental information published by the Humanities Department of McMaster University
Resources for the Study of Beowulf
Resources for the study of Beowulf, including related information about Anglo-Saxon and Medieval studies, the language of Beowulf, Sir Robert Cotton, Sutton Hoo, and library resources
Some Thoughts on Reading Beowulf
A chapter from Lectures in Medieval History, by Prof. Lynn Harry Nelson from the Online Reference Book for Medieval Studies
Library photo courtesy of Barry Halkin Photography