Migration and Mythmaking in Anglo-Saxon England Paperback – Apr 15 2001
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"Howe's book is of value not only to scholars of medieval English literature but highly suitable for mythographers, cultural historians, anthropologists, and theologians. Documentation is thorough, and most footnotes are annotated; the bibliography is exhaustive. This study complements Howe's previous scholarship and assumes, by its authority and integrity of presentation, the status of a standard in contemporary scholarship relevant to Anglo-Saxon England." - Renaissance and Reformation"
About the Author
NICHOLAS HOWE is professor of English at Ohio State University and director of the Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies. In addition to many published articles and essays, Howe is the author of The Old English Catalogue Poems (1985), editor of Irving Howe's Critic's Notebook (1995), and co-editor of Words and Works (1998).