Table of contents for Beowulf / Harold Bloom, editor.

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Table of Contents
Editor's Note
Introduction
	Harold Bloom
1. The Structure and the Unity of Beowulf
	Arthur Gilchrist Brodeur
2. Succession and Glory in Beowulf
	Richard J. Schrader
3. Locating Beowulf in Literary History
	John D. Niles
4. Grendel's Glove
	Seth Lerer
5. Psychology and Physicality: The Monsters of Beowulf
	Andy Orchard
6. Christian and Pagan Elements
	Edward B. Irving Jr.
7. Myth and History
	John D. Niles
8. Theorizing Irony in Beowulf: The Case of Hrothgar
	Scott DeGregorio
9. Cycles and Change in Beowulf
	Phyllis R. Brown
10. The Fourth Funeral: Beowulf's Complex Obsequies
	Gale R. Owen-Crocker
11. Launching the Hero: The Case of Scyld and Beowulf
	Judy King
Chronology
Contributors
Bibliography
Acknowledgments
Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Beowulf -- Examinations -- Study guides.
Epic poetry, English (Old) -- Examinations -- Study guides.
Civilization, Anglo-Saxon, in literature.
Civilization, Medieval, in literature.
Beowulf.