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A Seafarer's Bookhoard: A-D

Gradually, a list of the works acquired or consulted in pursuit of the seafarer will be listed here.

Bibliography A-D
Bibliography E-J
Bibliography K-R
Bibliography S-Z

Armstrong, Karen;       Where has God Gone?; in Newsweek, July 12th 1999
Ayto, John;       Dictionary of Word Origins; Bloomsbury 1990
Arngart O.S.;       "The Seafarer: A Postcript", English Studies, No 60, Amsterdam: 1979; pp.249-253. Also (as Anderson O.S.): "The Seafarer: An Interpretation", Kungliga Humanistiska Vetenskapssamfundet i Lunds Årsberättelse 1, Gleerups Lund 1937; pp.1-49.
Auden W.H., and Taylor P.B.;       Norse Poems, Faber & Faber, London 1983; p.136.
Baring, Anne and Cashford, Jules;       The Myth of the Goddess; BCA 1991
Bentley, G.E.Jr. ed;       William Blake's Writings Vol I; Jerusalem (1804-20); OUP 1978
Berntsson, Sonny;       Holy Trees in the History of Mankind; article in Liljestenar; published by Historieforum Västra Götaland 2001
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
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
Brooker, Peter       A Student's Guide to the Selected Poems of Ezra Pound 1979
Browning R.;       "How They Brought the Good News from Ghent to Aix"
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 1, 1999
Cassell;       Concise English Dictionary; Cassell Publishers 1989
Chadlington, Peter;       How to Rest in Peace; in The Spectator, July 31 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
Clark Hall, J.R.;       A Concise Anglo-Saxon Dictionary, with a Supplement by H.D.Meritt; 4th edition, reprinted 1993, University of Toronto Press.
Collinder B.; trans.       Beowulf; Natur & Kultur, Stockholm 1954; l.741.
Dalley, Stephanie;       Myths from Mesopotamia; World's Classics; OUP 1989
D'Annunzio, Gabriele;       Halcyon, trans. J.G.Nichols; Carcanet 1988
Dee J.;       "A Letter, Containing a ..... Discourse Apologeticall"; draft shown to Queen Elizabeth in 1592, written 1595, published 1604. Quoted by Frances Yates in The Occult Philosophy in the Elizabethan Age, London: Ark Paperbacks, 1983; p.90.
Dudley L.;       "The Egyptian Elements in the Legend of the Body and the Soul", Bryn Mawr College Monographs; Monograph Series Vol 7-9; J.H.Furst and Co., Baltimore 1911; p.50.
Duncan, Thomas G;       Late Medieval English Lyrics and Carols 1400-1530; Penguin 2000


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