4 edition of A bibliographical guide to Old English found in the catalog.
A bibliographical guide to Old English
Arthur H. Heusinkveld
|Statement||compiled by Arthur H. Heusinkveld and Edwin J. Bashe.|
|Series||University of Iowa humanistic studies ;, vol. 4, no. 5, University of Iowa studies ;, New series, no. 202|
|Contributions||Bashe, Edwin Joseph, 1894-|
|LC Classifications||Z2012.A1 H5|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||153 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||153|
|LC Control Number||31027650|
Get this from a library! A bibliographical guide to old English; a selective bibliography of the language, literature, and history of the Anglo-Saxons,. [Arthur H Heusinkveld; Edwin Joseph Bashe]. A bibliographical guide to Old English: a selective bibliography of the language, literature, and history of the Anglo-Saxons Author: Arthur H Heusinkveld ; Edwin Joseph Bashe.
taken in introductory textbooks of Old English. Most such books offer a two-part solution, consisting, ﬁrstly, of a freestanding account of the grammar, and, secondly, a group of texts which the student is expected Frisian, AN INTRODUCTION TO OLD ENGLISH.,, language, /. Manuscripts end with a list of all works cited, in alphabetical order by last name of first author. The exceptions are Standard Reference Works. Sample citations are provided below. See also Chicago Manual of Style (16th ed.) – Notes may consist of discussion only, discussion and bibliographical citation, or bibliographical citation only.
Consists of the bibliographical and bio-bibliographical appendices from the individual volumes of the New Pelican Guide to English Literature. We have one of the two volumes on medieval literature. Greenfield and Robinson, Bibliography of Publications on Old English Literature to the End of , Main, Z G83 Fairly exhaustive. A Guide to Old English is a detailed but accessible introduction to the Old English language for beginners. The language section offers a simple yet comprehensive language reference, including sections on orthography and pronunciation, inflexions, word formation, and syntax/5(34).
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: A Bibliographical Guide to Old English Syntax (): Chase Frank H: Books. A Guide to Old English is a detailed but accessible introduction to the Old English language for beginners.
The language section offers a simple yet comprehensive language reference, including sections on orthography and pronunciation, inflexions, word formation, and by: : A Guide to Old English () by Mitchell, Bruce; Robinson, Fred C. and a great selection of similar New, Used and Collectible Books available now at great prices/5().
A Bibliographical Guide to Old English Syntax Book Summary: This work has been selected by scholars as being culturally important, and is part of the knowledge base of civilization as we know it.
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"In its references to web-sites and computer-links, An Introduction to Old English is very much a book of the twenty-first century; and many of its novel features - for example the chapter on the grammar of poetry, or the appendix on common spelling variants - will be extraordinarily helpful to teachers and students alike." ―Michael Lapidge, University of Notre Dame/5(16).
The title of this work is slightly misleading, since it does not indicate that only books currently listed in Books in Print from to are included. This caveat aside, the work is an excellent guide for librarians and parents wishing to select or recommend fictional readings about America for junior or senior high-school students.5/5(2).
You can write a book review and share your experiences. Other readers will always be interested in your opinion of the books you've read. Whether you've loved the book or not, if you give your honest and detailed thoughts then people will find new books that are right for them. A comprehensive introduction to Old English, combining simple, clear philology with the best literary works to provide a compelling and accessible beginners’ guide.
Provides a comprehensive introduction to Old English. Uses a practical approach suited to the needs of the beginning student. Bibliographical note of a periodical article. AUTHOR (date of publication), TITLE OF PERIODIC, date title of the article of publication, tome, volume, number, pagination.
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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).
This work supplements the author's two-volume Old English Syntax (Oxford: Clarendon Press, ). It contains what is intended to be a bibliography complete to the end ofof books, doctoral dissertations, articles, notes and reviews, on the syntax of Old English, with cross-references and with comments on items other than reviews; a subject index thereto; and the index of authors and Author: Bruce Mitchell.
A Guide to Old English is a detailed but accessible introduction to the Old English language for beginners. The book also offers a discussion of Anglo-Saxon literature, history, and culture, and a bibliography directing readers to useful publications on the subject.
Appendix B Some Effects of i-Mutation Appendix C Metre Appendix. A bibliographical guide to Old English: a selective bibliography of the language, literature, and history of the Anglo-Saxons Short-title catalogue of books printed in England, Scotland, Ireland, Wales, and British America, and of English books printed in Author: Winnie Shyam.
A Guide to Old English is a detailed but accessible introduction to the Old English language for beginners. The language section offers a simple yet comprehensive language reference, including sections on orthography and pronunciation, inflexions, word formation, and syntax/5(32).
Genre/Form: Bibliography: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Chase, Frank H. Bibliographical guide to Old English syntax. Leipzig, G. Fock, The bibliography contains a list of elementary resources for students of Anglo-Saxon (Old English) that no student should be without. If you are serious about studying Old English, you should spend a few hours acquainting yourself with these tools.
Whenever you research using a book, magazine, newspaper article or website for a term paper, article or essay, you have to list your sources at the end.
Traditionally, this list has been called a bibliography although it is more usual now to title it the Works Cited List. Most teachers and editors ask for the.Genre/Form: Bibliography Bibliografie: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Chase, Frank H. Bibliographical guide to Old English syntax.
Leipzig: Buchhndlung.The bibliography is given as a basis for the classification, rather than for its own sake; it is ^ founded on the list of books printed by Dr. J. E. Wiilfing in his 'Syntax in den Werken Alfreds des Grossen'. I cannot hope that it is exhaustive, though it is more nearly so than any which have ^- preceded it.
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