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An Anglo-Saxon reader and grammar
|Statement||edited with notes and glossary by James W. Bright / Bright.|
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Henry Sweet (15 September – 30 April ) was an English philologist, phonetician and grammarian.. As a philologist, he specialized in the Germanic languages, particularly Old English and Old addition, Sweet published works on larger issues of phonetics and grammar in language and the teaching of of his ideas have remained influential, and a number of his works Alma mater: Balliol College. Get this from a library! An Anglo-Saxon reader in prose and verse: with grammar, metre, notes and glossary. [Henry Sweet].
A Manual Of Anglo-saxon For Beginners, Comprising A Grammar, Reader, And Glossary, With Explanatory Notes Shute, Samuel M. Published by Leypold & Holt, New York (). The text is obtained from Sweet's Anglo-Saxon Reader, where it was published for the first time; it has since been published, with readings from other MSS., by Skeat in Ælfric's Lives of Saints, Part III. (Early English Text Society, ).
An Anglo-Saxon Reader Title: An Anglo-Saxon Reader, edited, with notes, a complete glossary, a chapter on versification, and an outline of Anglo-Saxon Grammar. Old English: Grammar and Reader: Diamond, Robert E.: Books - This is the only book for Anglo-Saxon that I know of, besides some editions of Beowulf, which has PARALLEL TEXTS for all of the readings. This is a huge help and will save you a whole lotta knock-shloggin' (looking words up), so you can study Old English /5(16).
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An Anglo-Saxon Reader and Grammar [James W Bright] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying : James W Bright. Concise, simple, and accessible, this text has both a reader and a grammar in one cover, containing selections from the major Old English poems and prose works.
The prose works include 'The Voyages of Ohthere and Wulfstan', selections from the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle, and the preface by Alfred the Great to the medieval work on Pastoral Care by Pope by: 4.
About the Author. Henry Sweet () was a philologist, and is also considered to be an early linguist. He specialized in the Germanic languages, particularly Anglo-Saxon (an early version of English), Old Icelandic, and West by: Apparently Sweet's Anglo-Saxon Reader has been used to teach generations of students the language of pre-Conquest England.
It's not hard to see why. Sweet's offers users a wide variety of prose and poetry selections on which to hone their skills.5/5(11). An Anglo-Saxon Reader in Prose and Verse: With An Anglo-Saxon reader and grammar book, Metre, Notes and Item PreviewPages: Sweet's Anglo-Saxon Reader in Prose and Verse by Henry Sweet.
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Introduction to Anglo-Saxon: An Anglo-Saxon Reader, with Philological Notes, a Brief Grammar, and a Vocabulary Francis Andrew March Harper & brothers, - Anglo-Saxon language - pages. An Anglo-Saxon Reader in Prose and Verse: With Grammar, Metre, Notes and by Henry Sweet at - the best online ebook storage.
Download and read online for free An Anglo-Saxon Reader in Prose and Verse: With Grammar, Metre, Notes and by Henry Sweet/5(1). 1. The following outline of Anglo-Saxon Grammar is restricted to the West-Saxon Dialect, that form of the language which in the reign of Alfred the Great (–) became dominant for literary purposes and maintained that supremacy to the close of the Anglo-Saxon period.
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Old English sentences have also been cited from Sweet’s Anglo-Saxon Reader, Bright’s Anglo-Saxon Reader, and Cook’s First Book in Old English. The short chapter on the Order of Words has been condensed from my Order of Words in Anglo-Saxon Prose (Publications of the Modern Language Association of America, New Series, Vol.
An Anglo-Saxon Reader in Prose and Verse, with Grammar, Metre, Notes and Glossary (Hardcover) Published May 12th by Palala Press Hardcover, pagesCited by: N.Y.: Barnes and Company, — the preparation of this little manual the editors have had in view several things: first, the supply of new and fresh elementary prose texts for the use of students and teachers desirous of varying the Anglo-Saxon primers and readers now before the public ; second, a more complete and practical presentation of working forms in the grammar proper.
It is the object of this book to give an elementary knowledge of Early West Saxon prose, or the language of King Alfred. With this knowledge, it will not be difficult for the student to read Late West Saxon, or any other dialect of the Old English period. Such knowledge will also serve as the best introduction to the structure both of MiddleFile Size: KB.
His Anglo Saxon Primer and Anglo Saxon Reader are probably the best known collections of Anglo Saxon texts in modern printed books.
This primer was first published in and remains just as important today, because the texts are hardly going to get any more dated than they already are!/5.Read "An Anglo-Saxon Reader in Prose and Verse" by Sweet available from Rakuten Kobo. First published in Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa : Taylor And Francis.Bright's Anglo-Saxon Reader Available here is the entirety of Bright's Anglo-Saxon Reader ().
The entire book is available as scanned TIFF and PNG images. The glossary is available as text in both HTML format and an unvalidated approximation of glossary comprises pages of .