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Dating Beowulf

Series editors: Anke Bernau, David Matthews and James Paz

Series founded by: J. J. Anderson and Gail Ashton

Advisory board: Ruth Evans, Patricia C. Ingham, Andrew James Johnston, Chris Jones, Catherine Karkov, Nicola McDonald, Sarah Salih, Larry Scanlon and Stephanie Trigg

Manchester Medieval Literature and Culture publishes monographs and essay collections comprising new research informed by current critical methodologies on the literary cultures of the Middle Ages. We are interested in all periods, from the early Middle Ages through to the late, and we include post-medieval engagements with and representations of the medieval period (or ‘medievalism’). ‘Literature’ is taken in a broad sense, to include the many different medieval genres: imaginative, historical, political, scientific, religious. While we welcome contributions on the diverse cultures of medieval Britain and are happy to receive submissions on Anglo-Norman, Anglo-Latin and Celtic writings, we are also open to work on the Middle Ages in Europe more widely, and beyond.

Titles available in the series

15. The Scottish Legendary: Towards a poetics of hagiographic narration Eva von Contzen

16. Nonhuman voices in Anglo-Saxon literature and material culture James Paz

17. The church as sacred space in Middle English literature and culture Laura Varnam

18. Aspects of knowledge: Preserving and reinventing traditions of learning in the Middle Ages Marilina Cesario and Hugh Magennis (eds)

19. Visions and ruins: Cultural memory and the untimely Middle Ages Joshua Davies

20. Participatory reading in late-medieval England Heather Blatt

21. Affective medievalism: Love, abjection and discontent Thomas A. Prendergast and Stephanie Trigg

22. Performing women: Gender, self, and representation in late-medieval Metz Susannah Crowder

23. The politics of Middle English parables: Fiction, theology, and social practice Mary Raschko

24. Contemporary Chaucer across the centuries Helen M. Hickey, Anne McKendry and Melissa Raine (eds)

25. Borrowed objects and the art of poetry: Spolia in Old English verse Denis Ferhatović

26. Rebel angels: Space and sovereignty in Anglo-Saxon England Jill Fitzgerald

27. A landscape of words: Ireland, Britain and the poetics of space, 700–1250 Amy Mulligan

28. Household knowledges in late-medieval England and France Glenn D. Burger and Rory G. Critten (eds)

29. Practising shame: Female honour in later medieval England Mary C. Flannery

30. Dating Beowulf: Studies in intimacy Daniel C. Remein and Erica Weaver (eds)

Dating Beowulf

Studies in intimacy

Edited by

Daniel C. Remein and Erica Weaver

Manchester University Press

Published by Manchester University Press

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ISBN 978 1 5261 3643 5 hardback

ISBN 978 1 5261 3644 2 open access

First published 2020

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FRONT COVER—Alfred Stieglitz, Georgia O’Keeffe – Hands and Thimble (photograph), 1919. The Art Institute of Chicago. Public Domain.

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Studies in intimacy

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