close this section of the libraryHeroes Scandinavia Poetry.(12)
View the documentBeowulf; with, The Finnesburg fragment, edited by C. L. Wrenn. London, Harrap, 1973.
View the documentBeowulf, together with Widsith, and The fight at Finnesburg. In the Benjamin Thorpe transcription and word-for-word translation. With an introd. by Vincent F. Hopper. Great Neck, N.Y., Barron's Educational Series
View the documentBeowulf. Translated into English verse, with an introd., notes & appendices, by D. H. Crawford. New York, Cooper Square Publishers, 1966.
View the documentThe deeds of Beowulf; an English epic of the eighth century done into modern prose. With an introd. and notes by John Earle. Oxford, Clarendon press, 1892.
View the documentBeowulf : an edition with manuscript spacing notation and graphotactic analyses / Robert D. Stevick. New York : Garland Pub., 1975.
View the documentBeowulf and its analogues; translated by G. N. Garmonsway and Jacqueline Simpson; including Archaeology and Beowulf, by Hilda Ellis Davidson. London, Dent, 1968.
View the documentBeowulf : a translation and commentary / Marc Hudson. Hudson, Marc, 1947- Lewisburg : Bucknell University Press ; London : Associated University Presses, c1990.
View the documentBeowulf: a verse translation, by Michael Alexander. Harmondsworth, Penguin, 1973.
View the documentBeowulf / translated by Albert W. Haley, Jr. Boston : Branden Press, c1978.
View the documentBeowulf. Translated, with an introd. & afterword, by Burton Raffel. Drawings by Leonard Baskin. Amherst, University of Massachusetts Press, 1971
View the documentBeowulf: an interlinear translation, by Thomas J. McLeod. Introd. by Neil Daniel. Hillsboro, Tex., Medical School of the Southwest Foundation
View the documentBeowulf. Translated by Kevin Crossley-Holland and introduced by Bruce Mitchell. New York, Farrar, Straus & Giroux