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" This fragment leads us to form a very high idea of the poetic powers of our forefathers. The entire poem, of which it probably formed but an inconsiderable part, must have been a truly noble production. "
Analecta Anglo-saxonica: Selections, in Prose and Verse, from the Anglo ... - Page 394
by Louis F. Klipstein - 1849
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Analecta anglo-saxonica: A selection, in prose and verse, from Anglo-Saxon ...

Benjamin Thorpe - 1834 - 370 pages
...collation of Thwaites's with the Cott. MS. This fragment, perhaps, more than any other composition, leads us to form a very high idea of the poetic powers of our forefathers. The entire poem, of which it probably formed but an inconsiderable portion, must have...
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An Historical Sketch of the Progress and Present State of Anglo-Saxon ...

John Petheram - 1840 - 244 pages
...English Song." Thorpe's Csedmon, Introd. f " This fragment, perhaps more than any other composition, leads us to form a very high idea of the poetic powers of our forefathers. The entire poem must have been a noble production." Thorpe's Analecta, Pref. p. viii....
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Analecta Anglo-Saxonica: A Selection, in Prose and Verse, from Anglo-Saxon ...

Benjamin Thorpe - 1846 - 328 pages
...Lappenberg's ' England under the Anglo-Saxon Kings,' ii. pp. 155—159. Judith. A Fragment, p. 141. This was first printed as prose at the end of Thwaites's...us to form a very high idea of the poetic powers of our forefathers. The entire poem, of which it probably formed but an inconsiderable part, must have...
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Analecta Anglo-Saxonica: A Selection, in Prose and Verse, from Anglo-Saxon ...

Benjamin Thorpe - 1846 - 326 pages
...Lappenberg's ' England under the Anglo-Saxon Kings,' ii. pp. 155-159. Judith. A Fragment, p. 141. This was first printed as prose at the end of Thwaites's...us to form a very high idea of the poetic powers of our forefathers. The entire poem, of which it probably formed but an inconsiderable part, must have...
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Chautauqua Library of English History and Literature: From the earliest ...

1879 - 214 pages
...poem on Judith in the same manuscript which contains Beowulf.* "This fragment," says Mr. Thorpe, " leads us to form a very high idea of the poetic powers of our forefathers. The entire poem of which it once formed but an inconsiderable part must have been...
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Grundriss zur geschichte der angelsächsischen litteratur: Mit einer ...

Richard Paul Wülker - 1885 - 556 pages
...Selbst Thorpe, der sonst so absprechend über die angelsächsischen Gedichte urteilt, sagt von Judith: This fragment leads us to form a very high idea of the poetic powers of our forefathers. The entire poem, of which it probably formed but an inconsiderable part, mnst have...
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Judith, an Old English Epic Fragment

Albert Stanburrough Cook - 1888 - 170 pages
...abrupt transitions and more violent metaphors. [TURNER, History oftht Anglo-Saxons, $d ed. Ill 349.] ni This fragment leads us to form a very high idea of the poetic powers of our forefathers. The entire poem, of which it probably formed but an inconsiderable part, must have...
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Quellen und Forschungen zur Sprach- und Culturgeschichte der germanischen Völker

1891 - 914 pages
...überragt an Kunst der Komposition der Dichter der Judith", cf. Benj. Thorpe (Anal. Anglosax. p. X): „This fragment leads us to form a very high idea of the poetic powers of our forefathers". Cook collects the „Testimonies" on pp. LXXV— LXXVIII of his introduction. of...
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Quellen und Forschungen zur Sprach- und Culturgeschichte der ..., Volumes 71-72

1892 - 394 pages
...überragt nn Kunst der Komposition der Dichter der Judith", cf. Bcnj. Thorpe fAnul. Anglosax. p. X): ,This fragment leads us to form a very high idea of the poetic powers of our forefathers". Cook colleets the „Testimonies" on pp. LXXV— LXXVIII of his introduetion. of...
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