|Statement||compiled by Arthur H. Heusinkveld [and Edwin J. Bashe].|
|Contributions||Bashe, Edwin Joseph, 1894- joint author.|
|LC Classifications||Z2012 .H55 1975, PE123 .H55 1975|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||153 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||153|
|LC Control Number||75030663|
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Features selections from the greatest works of Old English literature, organized from simple to more challenging texts to keep pace with the reader Includes a discussion of Anglo-Saxon literature, history, and culture, and a bibliography directing readers to useful publications on the subject. Covers English literature from A.D. to modern times. Arranged chronologically and under periods by literary form (e.g. poetry, prose, drama). References given for each author generally include bibliographies of that author, collected editions of his/her works, individual works with dates of 1st editions and subsequent editions within the next 50 years and some biographical and critical . For more than thirty years, A Guide to Old English has been the standard introduction to Old English language and literature. This updated sixth edition retains the structure and style of the popular previous editions, and includes two new, much-requested texts: Wulf and Eadwacer and book consists of two parts/5. A Guide to Old English by Bruce Mitchell and Fred C. Robinson is a fantastic book it is, very easy to follow the instructions on how to write and speak the language. It was a required text book which I did not regret purchasing/5(34).