Reading the Anglo-Saxon chronicle : language, literature, history

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Notes

  • This volume has its origin in a conference held in July 2004 at the Centre for Medieval Studies, University of York.
  • Includes bibliographical references (pages 305-318) and indexes.
  • In English with some Old English.

Contents

  • Introduction : reading the Anglo-Saxon chronicle / Alice Jorgensen -- Malcolm and Margaret : the poem in Annal 1067D / Thomas A. Bredehoft -- The production of the Peterborough chronicle / Susan Irvine -- Double-edged déjà vu : the complexity of the Peterborough chronicle / Malasree Home -- Sentence to story : reading the Anglo-Saxon chronicle as formulary / Jacqueline Stodnick -- Rewriting the Æthelredian chronicle : narrative style and identity in Anglo-Sazon chronicle MS F / The representation of early West Saxon history in the Anglo-Saxon chronicle / Barbara Yorke -- The Anglo-Saxon chronicle and continental annal-writing / Anton Scharer -- Marking boundaries : charters and the Anglo-Saxon chronicle / Scott Thompson Smith -- Geographies of power in the Anglo-Saxon chronicle : the royal estates of Anglo-Saxon Wessex / Ryan Lavelle -- Reporting Scotland in the Anglo-Saxon chronicle / Alex Woolf -- Coins and the chronicle : mint-signatures, history, and language / Jayne Carroll -- Norse-derived vocabulary in the Anglo-Saxon chronicle / Sara M. Pons-Sanz
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