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Beowulf, A New Translation By E. Talbot Donaldson,1966

Colby. Home page. 15 May 1996. Colby. 29 January 2003 http://www.colby.edu/personal/c/cllaputt/art/beonotes.htm.

Fell, Christine. Women in Anglo-Saxon England and the Impact of 1066. London: British Museum Publications, 1984.

"Friday," Microsoft Encartas Online Encyclopedia 2002, http://entcarta.msn.com 1997-2002 Microsoft Corp.

Grade Saver. Homepage copyright 1999-2000. Classic notes. 29 Jan. 2003 .

Heaney, Seamus. Beowulf: A New Translation. London: Clays Ltd, St Ives plc, 1999.

Helwig, Terry The Thread Project, www.threadproject.com

http://www.beowulfessays.com/?source=goto

Royan Kostadinov. "The treatment and mistreatment of women in Beowulf". 20 Nov. 2001. .

Saily, Tanja. 2000. www.sammal.pp.fi/tape/aswomen.html. Woman in the Middle Ages: Anglo-Saxon England. 3/4/2003 4:12pm

Tuso, Joseph F. Beowulf: The Donaldson Translation. New York: W.W. Norton & Company, 1975.