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Beowulf and the Critics

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Beowulf and the Critics is a longer work (possibly a series of lectures) that Tolkien composed in the mid 1930s. Beowulf: The Monsters and the Critics was a redaction of this.  
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[[Image:Beowulf and the Critics.gif|thumb|The cover of ''Beowulf and the Critics'']]
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'''Beowulf and the Critics''' was written in the 1930s and was probably delivered as a series of lectures to undergraduates. [[J.R.R. Tolkien|Tolkien]]’s highly influential lecture, [[Beowulf: The Monsters and the Critics]], was a redaction of this.
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This edition of Tolkien’s lecture series includes both versions of the text together with detailed explanatory notes.
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* Ed. Michael Drout
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* 1st Edition 2002
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* Arizona Centre for Medieval and Renaissance Studies
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* ISBN 0866982906
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* Hardback in dustwrapper
  
 
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Revision as of 00:55, 17 March 2006

The cover of Beowulf and the Critics

Beowulf and the Critics was written in the 1930s and was probably delivered as a series of lectures to undergraduates. Tolkien’s highly influential lecture, Beowulf: The Monsters and the Critics, was a redaction of this.

This edition of Tolkien’s lecture series includes both versions of the text together with detailed explanatory notes.

  • Ed. Michael Drout
  • 1st Edition 2002
  • Arizona Centre for Medieval and Renaissance Studies
  • ISBN 0866982906
  • Hardback in dustwrapper