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A New Critical History of Old English Literature Paperback – 1 May 1996
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From the Back Cover
Anglo-Saxon prose and poetry is, without question, the major literary achievement of the early Middle Ages. In no other vernacular language does such a vast store of verbal treasures exist for so extended a period of time.
About the Author
Stanley B. Greenfield is Professor of English at the University of Oregon.
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and was good value for the money
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Book was as advertised, arrived as forecast, and was good value for the money. The book is a good addition to my reference library.
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This book is a great read, with many illuminating discussions from two solid scholars. Very good for figuring out what the field of Anglo-Saxon studies was like a few decades back. Lapidge's chapter is especially valuable and enduring.