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Anglo-Saxon styles [electronic resource] / edited by Catherine E. Karkov and George Hardin Brown.

Contributor(s): Karkov, Catherine E, 1956- | Brown, George Hardin, 1931-.
Material type: TextTextSeries: SUNY series in medieval studies: Publisher: Albany : State University of New York Press, c2003Description: 1 online resource (viii, 320 p.) : ill., maps.ISBN: 1417538392 (electronic bk.); 9781417538393 (electronic bk.).Subject(s): England -- Civilization -- To 1066 | English language -- Old English, ca. 450-1100 -- Style | Manuscripts, English (Old) | Art, Anglo-Saxon | Anglo-Saxons | ART -- Reference | ART -- PerformanceGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Anglo-Saxon styles.DDC classification: 700/.942/09021 Online resources: EBSCOhost
Contents:
Encrypted visions: style and sense in the Anglo-Saxon minor arts, A.D. 400-900 / Leslie Webster -- Rethinking the Ruthwell and Bewcastle monuments: some deprecation of style; some consideration of form and ideology / Fred Orton -- Iuxta morem romanorum: stone and sculpture in Anglo-Saxon England / Jane Hawkes -- Beckwith revisited: some ivory carvings from Canterbury / Perette E. Michelli -- Style in late Anglo-Saxon England: questions of learning and intention / Carol Farr -- House style in the scriptorium, scribal reality, and scholarly myth / Michelle P. Brown -- Style and layout of Anglo-Saxon manuscripts / William Schipper -- What we talk about when we talk about style / Nicholas Howe -- 'Either/and' as 'style' in Anglo-Saxon Christian poetry / Sarah Larratt Keefer -- Eating people is wrong: funny style in Andreas and its analogues / Jonathan Wilcox -- Aldhelm's jewel tones: Latin colors through Anglo-Saxon eyes / Carin Ruff -- The discreet charm of the Old English weak adjective / Roberta Frank -- Rhythm and alliteration: styles of �lfric's prose up to the Lives of saints / Haruko Momma -- Both style and substance: the case for Cynewulf / Andy Orchard.
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Encrypted visions: style and sense in the Anglo-Saxon minor arts, A.D. 400-900 / Leslie Webster -- Rethinking the Ruthwell and Bewcastle monuments: some deprecation of style; some consideration of form and ideology / Fred Orton -- Iuxta morem romanorum: stone and sculpture in Anglo-Saxon England / Jane Hawkes -- Beckwith revisited: some ivory carvings from Canterbury / Perette E. Michelli -- Style in late Anglo-Saxon England: questions of learning and intention / Carol Farr -- House style in the scriptorium, scribal reality, and scholarly myth / Michelle P. Brown -- Style and layout of Anglo-Saxon manuscripts / William Schipper -- What we talk about when we talk about style / Nicholas Howe -- 'Either/and' as 'style' in Anglo-Saxon Christian poetry / Sarah Larratt Keefer -- Eating people is wrong: funny style in Andreas and its analogues / Jonathan Wilcox -- Aldhelm's jewel tones: Latin colors through Anglo-Saxon eyes / Carin Ruff -- The discreet charm of the Old English weak adjective / Roberta Frank -- Rhythm and alliteration: styles of �lfric's prose up to the Lives of saints / Haruko Momma -- Both style and substance: the case for Cynewulf / Andy Orchard.

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