Beowulf; the monsters and the critics

J.R.R. Tolkien. From Proceedings of the British Academy., 1937.

Image of Beowulf; the monsters and the critics

In the conclusion of his 1936 lecture, J.R.R. Tolkien asserts the universality of the Anglo-Saxon poem. However, he also insists on a quasi-mystical connection between the poem and those who are native to English language and land.

Image of Beowulf; the monsters and the critics

In the conclusion of his 1936 lecture, J.R.R. Tolkien asserts the universality of the Anglo-Saxon poem. However, he also insists on a quasi-mystical connection between the poem and those who are native to English language and land.

Image of Beowulf; the monsters and the critics

In the conclusion of his 1936 lecture, J.R.R. Tolkien asserts the universality of the Anglo-Saxon poem. However, he also insists on a quasi-mystical connection between the poem and those who are native to English language and land.

Metadata Details
Item Type Book
Title Beowulf; the monsters and the critics
Publication Title Proceedings of the British Academy.
Creator J.R.R. Tolkien
Publication Date 1937
Call Number A 9 .117 v. 22
Location General Collections