In this cross-disciplinary study, John Hill looks atBeowulffrom a comparative ethnological point of view. He provides a thorough examination of the socio-cultural dimensions of the text and compares the social milieu ofBeowulfto that of similarly organized cultures.
Subjects: Language & Literature, History, Anthropology
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