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By Allen J. Frantzen

ISBN-10: 0470657626

ISBN-13: 9780470657621

Anglo-Saxon Keywords provides a chain of entries that demonstrate the hyperlinks among glossy rules and scholarship and the imperative techniques of Anglo-Saxon literature, language, and fabric tradition.

• finds vital hyperlinks among imperative strategies of the Anglo-Saxon interval and concerns we expect approximately today
• finds how fabric culture—the historical past of work, drugs, know-how, id, masculinity, intercourse, nutrition, land use—is as vital because the heritage of ideas
• deals a richly theorized technique that intersects with many disciplines inside and out of medieval reports

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