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The Grendelkin and the Politics of Succession at Heorot: The Significance of Monsters in Beowulf

. 2008. Heroic identity in the world of Beowulf. Leiden & Boston: Brill. Karras, Ruth Mazo. 2005. Sexuality in medieval Europe: Doing unto others . New York: Routledge. Kiernan, Kevin. 1984. Grendel’s heroic mother. In Geardagum 6. 13–33. Lees, Clare A. 1994. Men and Beowulf . In Clare A. Lees (ed.), Medieval masculinities: Regarding men in the Middle Ages , 129–148. Minneapolis/London: University of Minnesota Press. Mauss, Marcel. 1966. The gift: The form and reason for exchange in archaic societies . (Trans. W. D. Halls.) London & New

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.B.Tauris. Fox-Good, Jacqueline. 1995. Ophelia’s mad songs: Music, gender, power. In David G. Allen & Robert A. White (eds.), Subjects on the world’s stage: Essays on British literature of the Middle Ages and Renaissance, 217-238. Newark: University of Delaware Press. Garnet, Carla. 2010. Drowning Ophelia. Gallery Stratford. (accessed 13 Feb. 2013). Greenblatt, Stephen. 1980. Renaissance self-fashioning: From More to Shakespeare. Chicago: University of Chicago Press

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American Literature in Studia Anglica Posnaniensia 1968-2008 A Comprehensive Bibliography

science fiction of the twentieth century: Metaphors for American attitudes toward the future", Studia Anglica Posnaniensia 13: 163-176. Husni, Khalil 1981 "Ishmael's leviathanic vision: A study in whiteness", Studia Anglica Posnaniensia 13: 177-190. Husni, Khalil 1983 "The confidence-man 's colourful-colourless masquarade: Melville's theatre of the absurd ‘in black and white’", Studia Anglica Posnaniensia 17: 219-231. Kałuża, Irena 1980 Review of Nina Nowakowska, Language of poetry and

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Focus in Focus. Replying Professor Szwedek

interpretation. Cambridge, Mass: MIT Press. Szabolcsi, Anna 1983 "Focusing properties, or the trap of first order", Theoretical Linguistics 10: 125-145. Szwedek, Aleksander 1975a "Coreference and sentence stress in English and Polish", Papers and Studies in Contrastive Linguistics 3: 209-213. Szwedek, Aleksander 1975b "The role of the sentence stress in the interpretation of coreferentiality in English and Polish", Papers and Studies in Contrastive Linguistics 4: 13

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‘Thrilled with Chilly Horror’: A Formulaic Pattern in Gothic Fiction

/3.244.1/h/13 (date of access: 6 April 2014). Jakobson, Roman. 1960 (1987). Linguistics and poetics. In Krystyna Pomorska & Stephen Rudy (eds.), Language in literature, 62-94. Cambridge, Mass.: The Belknap Press. Kahlert, Karl Friedrich (a.k.a. Lorenz Flammenberg). 1792. Der Geisterbanner. Eine Wundergeschichte aus mündlichen und schriftlichen Traditionen. Hohenzollern: Johann Baptist Wallishausser. (date of access: 28 February 2014). Kristeva, Julia. 1968. Problèmes de la

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Needles, China Cups, Books, and the Construction of the Victorian Feminine Ideal in Rhoda Broughton’S Not Wisely, but too Well and Elizabeth Gaskell’S North and South

. Bourdieu, Pierre 1984 Distinction. A social critique of the judgement of taste . (Translated by Richard Nice.) Cambridge, MA.: Harvard University Press. 1986 “The forms of capital”, in: John G. Richardson (ed.), 241-258. Craik, Dinah Maria Mulock [1858] 1997 A woman’s thoughts about women . London: Hurst and Blackett. Date of access: 13 Mar. 2008. Gilbert, Pamela K. 1997 Disease, desire, and the body in Victorian women’s popular novels . Cambridge: Cambridge University Press

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.]. Schustereder, Stefan. 2013. Strategies of identity construction. The writings of Gildas, Aneirin and Bede. Bonn: Bonn University Press. Thikms, A. 2005. The sacrament of baptism in St. Erkenwald: The perfect transformation of the Trajan legend. Neophilologus 83. 311-327. Wenzel, Siegfried. 1981. St. Erkenwald and the uncorrupted body. Notes and Queries 28(1). 13-14. Whatley, Gordon. 1986. Heathens and saints: St. Erkenwald and its legendary context. Speculum 61(2). 330-363. Whatley, Gordon (ed.). 1989. The saint

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Of People and Places: Urban Gendering in the English Plays

. Stevens, Martin - A. C. Cawley (eds.) 1994 The Towneley plays . (EETS supplementary series 13-14.) Oxford: Oxford University Press. Andrew, Malcolm 1995 "The realizing imagination in late medieval English literature", English Studies 76/2: 113-128. Bardsley, Sandy 1999 "Women's work reconsidered: gender and wage differentiation in late medieval England", Past and Present 165: 3-29. Beckwith, Sarah 1994 "Making the world in York and the York cycle", in: Sarah Kay - Miri Rubin (eds.), 254

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Saving the “Undoomed Man” In Beowulf (572b-573)

REFERENCES Arnold, Thomas (ed.). 1876. Beowulf: A heroic poem of the eighth century . London: Longmans, Green, and Company. Baldwin, James. 1882. English language and literary criticism: English poetry , vol. 1. Philadelphia: Potter. Bell, Goodloe Harper. 1900. Studies in English and American literature . Chicago: Ainsworth. Bolinger, Dwight W. 1952. Linear modification. Publications of the Modern Language Association of America 67. 1117-1144. Bolinger, Dwight W. 1967. Adjectives in English: Attribution and predication. Lingua 18. 1

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Nonstandard Were and the Nonstandard forms of the Preterite Negative of to be in Nineteenth Century New England Civil War Letters and Literary Dialect Portrayals

American drama", The New England Quarterly 13: 467-493. Edwards, Viv 1993 "The grammar of Southern British English", in: James Milroy - Lesley Milroy (eds.), 214-238. Gachelin, Jean-Marc 1991 "Transitivity and intransitivity in the dialects of South-west England", in: Peter Trudgill and Jack K. Chambers (eds.), 218-228. Hodge, Francis 1964 Yankee theatre. The image of America on the stage, 1825-1850. Austin: University of Texas Press. Ives, Sumner 1971 "A theory of

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