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E 397: Barbarian Literature

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23.XII.2016. Final Paper.

Your final paper can be a compilation of your previous 4 long papers on literature, or an expansion of your previous short papers on philology.

It must be 3500 words or more and conform to conventions for college papers. Endnotes or footnotes are fine. I prefer MLA style.


Eric Wolf, Europe and the People without History [Free via UMass]

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LINKS.

UMass Library
Google Books
Search Anglo-Saxon Poetry
Old English Newsletter Bib
Anglo-Saxon Bibliography

Old Norse Saga Database
Norse Saga Net
Viking Ship Museum

Germanic Lexicon Project
Bosworth-Toller (partial)
The Labyrinth
Medieval Sourcebook
Anglo-Saxon Charters
Siever's Heliand
Bible (Douay-Rheims)
Dum├ęzil, Norse Gods
Klaeber, Beowulf

Manuscripts of St. Gall

 

Warning! Jingoistic anti-Roman revisionism, but nevertheless informative:

VIDEO: The Ancient Celts
VIDEO: The Goths
VIDEO: The Barbarian Tribes