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Ayto, John; Dictionary of Word Origins; Bloomsbury 1990 Baring, Anne and Cashford, Jules; The Myth of the Goddess; BCA 1991 Berntsson, Sonny; Holy Trees in the History of Mankind; article in Liljestenar; published by Historieforum Västra Götaland 2001 Bosworth & Toller; An Anglo-Saxon Dictionary; OUP 1898 Branston, Brian; Gods of the North; Thames & Hudson 1955 Branston, Brian; The Lost Gods of England; Thames & Hudson 1957 Breul, Karl; German and English Dictionary; Cassell 10th ed. 1952 Briard, Jacques; The Bronze Age in Barbarian Europe; RKP, 1979 Duncan, Thomas G; Late Medieval English Lyrics and Carols 1400-1530; Penguin 2000 Ellis [Davidson], Hilda; The Road to Hel; CUP 1943 Ellis Davidson, Hilda; The Lost Beliefs of Northern Europe; Routledge 1993 Ellis Davidson, Hilda; Roles of the Northern Goddess; Routledge 1998 Gimbutas, Marija; The Goddesses and Gods of Old Europe; Thames and Hudson 1982 Graves, Robert; The White Goddess; Faber 1952 Grimm, Jacob; Teutonic Mythology; 1883, J.S.Stallybrass trans.; Dover reprint 1966. Hellquist, Elof; Etymologisk Ordbok; Lund 1922 Liljenroth, G & G; Hel: den gömda gudinnan i nordisk mytologi; AMA Förlag 1995 Lubell, Winifred Milius; The Metamorphosis of Baubo; Vanderbilt UP 1994 Nordgren, Ingemar; Nordic Ring-names; Migracijske Teme 1-2, Zagreb 2000 Paquet, Marcel; Magritte; Taschen 2000 Partridge, Eric; Dictionary of Catch Phrases; "keep your hand on your halfpenny (till the right man turns up)". Late 19th century? With thanks to Nigel Rees. But not in RKP 1977 edition. Partridge, Eric; Origins; RKP 1958 Partridge, Eric; Shakespeare's Bawdy; RKP 1956 Riding, Laura and Graves, Robert; A Survey of Modernist Poetry; Heinemann 1927 Rundkvist, M; Järnålderns ringamuletter med knoppar eller vulster (Knobbed or ribbed ring amulets of the Iron Age); Fornvännen 91. Stockholm 1996 Rydberg, Viktor; Teutonic Mythology; Swan Sonnenschein 1889 Turner, Alice K; The History of Hell; Harcourt Brace 1993 Walker, Barbara G; The Woman's Encyclopedia of Myths and Secrets; Harper & Row 1983 Brooker, Peter A Student's Guide to the Selected Poems of Ezra Pound (1979) Eliot, T.S. (Introduction) Selected Poems of Ezra Pound (1928) Fenton, James An Introduction to English Poetry (2002) Fraser, G.S. Ezra Pound (1960) Fraser, G.S. The Modern Writer and His World (1964) Goodwin, G.L. The Influence of Ezra Pound (1966) Graves, Robert. The Crowning Privilege (1955) Hellquist, Elof Etymologisk Ordbok (1922) Homberger, Eric (Ed.) Ezra Pound: The Critical Heritage (1972) Jones, Chris Strange Likeness: The use of Old English in twentieth-century poetry (2006) Jones, Peter (Ed.) Imagiste Poetry (1972) Kenner, Hugh (Introduction) The Translations of Ezra Pound (1953) Kenner, Hugh The Pound Era (1972) Leavis, F.R. New Bearings in English Poetry (1950) Morgan, Edwin Collected Translations (1996) Newton, Sam The Origins of Beowulf (1994) Orage, A.R. Selected Essays & Critical Writings (1935) Pound, Ezra ABC of Reading (1934) Pound, Ezra Guide to Kulchur (1938/1952) Raffel, Burton The Art of Translating Poetry (1988) Robinson, Fred C. The Tomb of Beowulf (1993)Ayto, John; Dictionary of Word Origins; Bloomsbury 1990 Baring, Anne and Cashford, Jules; The Myth of the Goddess; BCA 1991 Berntsson, Sonny; Holy Trees in the History of Mankind; article in Liljestenar; published by Historieforum Västra Götaland 2001 Bosworth & Toller; An Anglo-Saxon Dictionary; OUP 1898 Branston, Brian; Gods of the North; Thames & Hudson 1955 Branston, Brian; The Lost Gods of England; Thames & Hudson 1957 Breul, Karl; German and English Dictionary; Cassell 10th ed. 1952 Briard, Jacques; The Bronze Age in Barbarian Europe; RKP, 1979 Duncan, Thomas G; Late Medieval English Lyrics and Carols 1400-1530; Penguin 2000 Ellis [Davidson], Hilda; The Road to Hel; CUP 1943 Ellis Davidson, Hilda; The Lost Beliefs of Northern Europe; Routledge 1993 Ellis Davidson, Hilda; Roles of the Northern Goddess; Routledge 1998 Gimbutas, Marija; The Goddesses and Gods of Old Europe; Thames and Hudson 1982 Graves, Robert; The White Goddess; Faber 1952 Grimm, Jacob; Teutonic Mythology; 1883, J.S.Stallybrass trans.; Dover reprint 1966. Hellquist, Elof; Etymologisk Ordbok; Lund 1922 Liljenroth, G & G; Hel: den gömda gudinnan i nordisk mytologi; AMA Förlag 1995 Lubell, Winifred Milius; The Metamorphosis of Baubo; Vanderbilt UP 1994 Nordgren, Ingemar; Nordic Ring-names; Migracijske Teme 1-2, Zagreb 2000 Paquet, Marcel; Magritte; Taschen 2000 Partridge, Eric; Dictionary of Catch Phrases; "keep your hand on your halfpenny (till the right man turns up)". Late 19th century? With thanks to Nigel Rees. But not in RKP 1977 edition. Partridge, Eric; Origins; RKP 1958 Partridge, Eric; Shakespeare's Bawdy; RKP 1956 Riding, Laura and Graves, Robert; A Survey of Modernist Poetry; Heinemann 1927 Rundkvist, M; Järnålderns ringamuletter med knoppar eller vulster (Knobbed or ribbed ring amulets of the Iron Age); Fornvännen 91. Stockholm 1996 Rydberg, Viktor; Teutonic Mythology; Swan Sonnenschein 1889 Turner, Alice K; The History of Hell; Harcourt Brace 1993 Walker, Barbara G; The Woman's Encyclopedia of Myths and Secrets; Harper & Row 1983Armstrong, Karen; Where has God Gone?; in Newsweek, July 12th 1999 Ayto, John; Dictionary of Word Origins; Bloomsbury 1990 Baring, A.& Cashford, J.; The Myth of the Goddess; BCA 1991 Bentley, G.E.Jr. ed; William Blake's Writings Vol I; Jerusalem (1804-20); OUP 1978 Bessinger, J.B. Jr; A Short Dictionary of Anglo-Saxon Poetry; University of Toronto Press 1960. Blackie; Compact Etymological Dictionary; Blackie & Son, Glasgow no date, c 1945 Bunyan, John; The Pilgrim's Progress; Penguin 1987 Burgess, Anthony; You've Had Your Time; Heinemann 1990 Cavendish, Lucy; In a Dark Country; in The Sunday Telegraph Review, Aug 1st 1999 Cassell; Concise English Dictionary; Cassell Publishers 1989 Chadlington, Peter; How to Rest in Peace; in The Spectator, July 31st 1999 Chambers, R.W., Förster, M., Flower, R.; The Exeter Book of Old English Poetry; facsimile; London 1933 Chapman, George; The Conspiracy of Charles, Duke of Byron, 1608. [Byron's speech at the end of Act III] Childe, V.Gordon; The Prehistory of European Society; Penguin/Pelican 1958 Cooper, W.R.; The Horus Myth in its relation to Christianity; London 1877 Cummins, W.A.; King Arthur's Place in Prehistory; Alan Sutton 1993 Cunliffe, Barry: The Ancient Celts; OUP 1997 Dalley, Stephanie; Myths from Mesopotamia; World's Classics; OUP 1989 D'Annunzio, Gabriele; Halcyon, trans. J.G.Nichols; Carcanet 1988 Eliot, T.S.; The Waste Land; a facsimile & transcript of the original drafts including the annotations of Ezra Pound; ed. Eliot, Valerie; Faber & Faber 1971 Eliot, T.S.; The Sacred Wood; Methuen 1960 Ellis(-Davidson), Hilda R.; The Road to Hel; CUP 1943 Faulkner, R.O.; The Ancient Egyptian Book of the Dead; ed Andrews, Carol; British Museum Press 1993 Franklin, Benjamin: "Nothing can be said to be certain, except death and taxes"; in a letter to Jean-Baptiste Le Roy, Nov 13th, 1789. George, Andrew; The Epic of Gilgamesh; Penguin 1999 Glosecki, Stephen O.: Shamanism & Old English Poetry; Garland, New York & London, 1989 Gordon, Ida R. ed.; The Seafarer; University of Exeter Press 1996 Graves, Robert; The White Goddess; Faber & Faber 1959 Graves, Robert; The Crowning Privilege; Cassell & Company 1955 Grierson, H.J.C.; The Poems of John Donne;Vol. I; OUP 1912 Hamer, Richard; A Choice of Anglo-Saxon Verse, Faber & Faber, 1970 Hawkes, C.F.C.; The Prehistoric Foundations of Europe; to the Mycenean Age; Methuen 1940 Hooker, J. & Lewis, G. ed; Selected Poems of Alun Lewis; Unwin Paperbacks, London 1987 Janssen, Frans A.; Dutch translations of the Corpus Hermeticum.http://www.ritmanlibrary.nl/index.html: Articles. Jones, Griff Rhys, fwd.; The Nation's Favourite Poems, No 23; BBC Books, London 1996 Joyce, James; Ulysses (1922); The Bodley Head, 1960 Kipling, Rudyard; Verse; Inclusive Edition 1885-1918; Hodder & Stoughton Klaeber, Fr. ed.; Beowulf; D.C.Heath & Co, Boston 1950 Kramer, Samuel Noah; History Begins at Sumer; Doubleday, New York 1959 Lawrence, D.H.; The Ship of Death and other poems; Faber & Faber 1941 Lee, Laurie; Home from Abroad; Margoliouth, H.M. ed; Vala, by William Blake; (1804?); OUP 1956 Marsden, John; The Fury of the Northmen; BCA 1993 Marvell, Andrew; Miscellaneous Poems; 1681 Masefield, J.; Salt-Water Ballads; 1902 Merriam, C.Hart; The Dawn of the World; Mythology of the Mewan Indians of California; Cleveland 1910 Newton, Sam; The Origins of Beowulf; D.S.Brewer 1993 Nordgren, Ingemar. I am grateful to Dr.Nordgren, of Källby, Västergötland, Sweden, for drawing this point to my attention. Pollard, J.; Birds in Greek Life and Myth; Thames & Hudson 1977 Power, Carla; Lost in Silent Prayer; in Newsweek, July 12th 1999 Radice, Betty; Who's Who in the Ancient World; Penguin 1973 Renault, Mary; The Nature of Alexander, Allen Lane 1975, p.191: "The coast dwellers, as Nearchus later agreed, were 'more like beasts than men', covered with hair on body as well as head, using no tools but stones, living on raw fish, drinking from brack pools dug out with their claw-like nails, quite possibly an isolated pocket of Neanderthals." Nearchus was a commander under Alexander at the time of his invasion of Asia, 325 BC. Rieu, E.V. trans.; The Odyssey, V; BCA/Penguin 1987 Rugg-Gunn, A.; Osiris and Odin: the Origin of Kingship; H.K.Lewis 1940 Sandars, N.K.; The Epic of Gilgamesh; Penguin Books 1964 Skeat W.W.; A Concise Etymological Dictionary of the English Language; Oxford 1882 Simek, Rudolf; Dictionary of Northern Mythology, trans. A. Hall; D.S.Brewer 1993 Smithers G.V.; "The Meaning of The Seafarer and The Wanderer"; Pt.1 Medium Ævum 26 (1957); pp.137-153; Pt.2; MÆ 28 (1959) pp.1-22; Appendix; MÆ 28 pp.99-104. Spenser, Edmund; Colin Clouts Come Home Again; 1595 Tacitus, Germania, G.9; trans. H.Mattingly; Penguin 1948 Taube, Evert; Vals i gökottan; CS-1025-1, Columbia DS1003; 1935 Tennyson, Alfred; Poems and Plays; OUP 1965 Vorren, Örnulv & Manker, Ernst; Lapp Life and Customs; trans. Kathleen McFarlane; OUP 1962 Wallis Budge, E.A.; Egyptian Religion: Egyptian Ideas of the Future Life; 1899, Arkana reprint 1987 Watterson, Barbara; Gods of Ancient Egypt; Sutton Publishing 1996 Wessén, Elias; Våra Ord, Norstedts, Stockholm 1960 Yates, Frances A.; Giordano Bruno and the Hermetic Tradition; RKP 1964