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Start by marking A Critical Bibliography of Old English Syntax as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. For ease of use the book is divided into chapters that follow the same pattern given in Old English Syntax, with works on particular aspects of syntax appearing under the relevant chapters.

This work supplements the author's two-volume "Old English Syntax" (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1985). References to both books.

Raymond Bruce Mitchell (8 January 1920 – 30 January 2010) was a scholar of Old English. Mitchell was born in Lismore, New South Wales

Raymond Bruce Mitchell (8 January 1920 – 30 January 2010) was a scholar of Old English. Mitchell was born in Lismore, New South Wales. He won a free place at the University of Melbourne but was unable to take it up and instead after leaving school at 15, worked as a student teacher while studying part-time. He earned a general Arts degree. He was commissioned as a lieutenant in 1940 and served as an intelligence officer in the Australian Imperial Force from 1941 to 1946.

Bruce Mitchell is Fellow Emeritus of St. Edmund Hall, Oxford. Hardcover: 292 pages.

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Mitchell, Bruce and Fred C. Robinson. A Guide to Old English. A Manual of Old English Biblical Materials. U of Tennessee P, 1965. A Critical Companion to Beowulf. Cambridge: D. S. Brewer, 2003. Oxford: Blackwell, 1992. Includes Archaeology and Beowulf by Leslie Wesbster. Oxford: Blackwell, 1998. Morrell, Minnie Cate.

Mitchell Bruce & Susan Irvine (1992) ‘A Critical Bibliography of Old English Syntax. Venezky Richard L. and Sharon Butler (1985) A Microfiche Concordance to Old English: The High Frequency Words, Toronto: Pontifical Institute of Mediaeval Studies. Supplement 1985–1988’, NM 93, 1–56. Wurff Wimvan der (1990) ‘The easy-to-please Construction in Old and Middle English’, in: Sylvia Adamson et al (1990) Papers from the 5th International Conference on English Historical Linguistics, Amsterdam: Benjamins, 519–536.

Bruce Mitchell and Fred C. Robinson, A Guide to Old English. Old English Literature. A Select Bibliography.

A comprehensive introduction to Old English, combining simple, clear philology with the best literary works to. .Includes a discussion of Anglo-Saxon literature, history, and culture, and a bibliography directing readers to useful publications on the subject

Includes a discussion of Anglo-Saxon literature, history, and culture, and a bibliography directing readers to useful publications on the subject. Updated throughout with new material including the first 25 lines from Beowulf with detailed annotation and an explanation of Grimm’s and Verner’s laws.

Two Volume Set: Volume II and Volume III. Bruce Mitchell. Aims to chart the whole realm of the syntax of Old English. The difficulties inherent in the study of old English syntax make a prescriptive.

This work supplements the author's two-volume Old English Syntax (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1985). It contains what is intended to be a bibliography complete to the end of 1984, of books, doctoral dissertations, articles, notes and reviews, on the syntax of Old English, with cross-references and with comments on items other than reviews; a subject index thereto; and the index of authors and reviewers which is (by design) missing in Old English Syntax but which gives references to both books. It provides an introduction, a section dealing with general works, eleven chapters which parallel those in Old English Syntax, and three appendixes which include inter alia addenda and corrigenda to Old English Syntax. All items other than reviews are allotted a number and some important post-1984 publications are included. There are some 1150 numbered items, later additions being marked A or B. The bias of previous work is demonstrated by the fact that over 45% of these are on chapter II, "The Parts of Speech and their Functions". Three categories are marked by symbols: the first indicates items which can now safely be disregarded, the second those discussed and evaluated in Old English Syntax, and the third those written from a "modern linguistic" point of view. There are deliberate omissions: no reviews are listed for items 1-50A (bibliographies, dictionaries, and grammars) or for collections from which individual items are cited, and abstracts of conference papers are excluded. Items concerned with prefixes and "phrasal verbs" (OES, sections 1060-80) and with element order (OES, sections 3887-951) have been divided into appropriate groups without critical comments for individual items. The word "critical" in the title reflects the fact that the author's overwhelming loyalty is to Old English Syntax and to users of this book, not to the writers whose work he discusses.