‎Casterman 2014 In-4 relié 27,2 cm sur 19,8. 191 pages. Très bon état d’occasion.‎

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ISBN : 2203087714 9782203087712

‎ Très bon état d’occasion ‎

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‎J. D. Niles (ed.);‎

Reference : 33669

‎Beowulf and Lejre,‎

‎Turnhout, Brepols, 2007 Hardback, XIV+495 p., 100 b/w ill. + 48 colour ill., 10 b/w line art, 175 x 255 mm. ISBN 9782503527345.‎

‎On the basis of legendary analogues, specialists in the Old English poem Beowulf have long inferred that the action of the main part of that poem is situated at the village of Gammel Lejre on the island of Zealand, Denmark. Archaeological excavations undertaken from 1986 to 1988 under the direction of Tom Christensen of Roskilde Museum yielded spectacular confirmation of that inference by uncovering the remains of two great halls at Lejre dating from ca. AD 680 to 990, one built on the site of the other. At that time, this discovery had little impact upon Beowulf scholarship, in part because the chief monograph reporting on the excavations was available only in Danish. In 2004?05, however, a new round of excavations revealed that a still earlier hall had once stood elsewhere at Lejre. This hall has been dated to the mid-sixth century, very close to the time when the action of Beowulf is set. The question of the Danish origins of the Beowulf story is thus now highlighted. New.‎


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‎Pierquin, Hubert (1880-1934) ‎

Reference : KXI-44488

‎Le Poème anglo-saxon de Beowulf I : introduction ; les saxons en Angleterre ; II : Le poème de Beowulf ; texte et traduction ‎

‎Paris - Laval Alphonse Picard & Fils, éditeurs, 82 rue Bonaparte - Imprimerie L. Barnéoud et Cie 1912 - 1912 IV, 846 p. notes bibliographiques, appendices, index, bibliographie, rythmique, grammaire, lexique grand et fort in-8, 16.50 x 25 cm Broché, couverture grise de l'éditeur, titre en noir Ouvrage non coupé, tel que paru. Couverture très légèrement défraîchie, papier à peine jauni, ouvrage non ébarbé, mais bon exemplaire Envoi de l'auteur : ''A Monsieur Sénart, respectueux hommage, H. Pierquin'' ‎

‎Hubert Pierquin Beowulf, poème de plus de 3 000 vers, conservé dans un unique manuscrit copié aux alentours de lan 1000, reste le seul exemple de geste épique complète rédigée en vieil anglais. Il narre les aventures du héros éponyme, se déroulant dans un passé mythifié, et ses combats face à la créature Grendel, puis contre sa mère, quil tue au fond dune grotte où elle avait établi son antre. Ayant triomphé des monstres, Beowulf rentre dans son pays (sans doute localisé en Suède actuelle) et devient roi. Après de nombreuses années de règne, il meurt en affrontant un dragon qui menace ses terres, trépas qui marque la fin du temps des héros. Dès le Moyen Âge, le merveilleux est souvent situé dans un passé idéalisé et dans un ailleurs lointain‎

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‎A. J. Johnston;‎

Reference : 39353

‎Performing the Middle Ages from 'Beowulf' to 'Othello' ,‎

‎Turnhout, Brepols, 2009 Hardback, VIII+344 p., 156 x 234 mm. ISBN 9782503527550.‎

‎Performing the Middle Ages from 'Beowulf' to 'Othello' traces the dialogic nature of the relationship between the Middle Ages and modernity. Arguing that modern beliefs in the alterity of the Middle Ages stem from the Middle Ages- own processes of self-representation, Johnston explores varieties of nostalgia through a wide selection of texts. This volume spans an extensive chronological period with a view to demonstrating how our notions of the medieval have been crucially informed by the past itself. The study is focused on works which stage that popular literary archetype ' the nostalgic figure of the aristocratic warrior ' and argues that it is this image that provides a structural model for so many modern perspectives on the Middle Ages. And yet, in the Middle Ages this model was being deconstructed as it was also being generated. By moving from the self-consciously archaic heroism of Beowulf to the scathing comment on chivalric narrative presented in Chaucer's 'Knight's Tale', Johnston's analysis offers an intriguing insight into the way medieval texts engage in a continual aesthetic and ideological critique of their own cultural moment. Using Sir Gawain and the Green Knight and the Alliterative Morte Arthure as examples of an incisive critique of the cult of subjectivity and of a highly self-conscious desire for tradition, Johnston extends his analysis to the early seventeenth century, and explores the ways in which Shakespeare's Othello brilliantly deconstructs the very concept of 'Renaissance Man'. With its interest in issues of subjectivity, textual performance, and the ideological self-awareness of medieval culture, Performing the Middle Ages provides a scholarly and compelling investigation into the Middle Ages' ability both to understand itself and to shape (post)modern notions of the medieval. Languages : English. ‎


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Reference : RO20180141


‎L'ECRAN FANTASTIQUE - N° 281 - NOVEMBRE 2007 - BEOWULF - IRON MAN - SAW IV - beowulf, waw iv, 50 dead end, la crypte, dead silence, suspiria, la chambre des morts, wind chill, iron man, la boussole d'or, les chroniques de spiderwick...‎

‎FINANCIERE DE LOISIRS. 2007. In-4. Broché. Bon état, Couv. convenable, Dos satisfaisant, Intérieur frais. 98 pages - nombreuses photos en couleurs dans et hors texte - 1 illustration en couleur en 3D collée sur le 1er plat.. . . . Classification Dewey : 70.49-Presse illustrée, magazines, revues‎

‎LA MAGAZINE DU CINEMA FANTASTIQUE ET DE SCIENCE-FICTION - Sommaire: beowulf, waw iv, 50 dead end, la crypte, dead silence, suspiria, la chambre des morts, wind chill, iron man, la boussole d'or, les chroniques de spiderwick... Classification Dewey : 70.49-Presse illustrée, magazines, revues‎


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‎[Brigitte Hanf] - ‎ ‎Kevin Crossley-Holland translator‎

Reference : 009759


ISBN : 0856830763

‎Beowulf ‎

‎Cambridge 1977 D S Brewer Hardcover Fine ‎

‎Beowulf 222 x 143 mm, hard cover with dustjacket, 150 pp , very good condition‎

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