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by Walter William Skeat
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Walter William Skeat, FBA (21 November 1835 – 6 October 1912) was the pre-eminent British philologist of his time.
Walter William Skeat, FBA (21 November 1835 – 6 October 1912) was the pre-eminent British philologist of his time. Skeat was born in London to architect William Skeat, of Perry Hill, Sydenham, later of Mount Street, Park Lane, City of Westminster, and his wife Sarah, daughter of Timothy Bluck
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Start by marking The Lay of Havelock the Dane as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. The story of Havelok has had a rich textual life and surely must have held great fascination for readers of many nationalities up until the 20th century. Walter William Skeat, English philologist, educated at King's College School (Wimbledon), Highgate School, and Christ's College, Cambridge, of which he became a fellow in July 1860. The noted palaeographer T. C. Skeat was his grandson. In 1878 he was elected Elrington and Bosworth Professor of Anglo-Saxon at Cambridge.
Стр. i - The Ancient English Romance of Havelok the Dane ; accompanied by the French Text: with an Introduction, Notes, and a Glossary.
87. Glossarial Index. Стр. Встречается в книгах (63) с 1829 по 2004. xxi - Toll, & ye rest), may fairely induce a Beleife, that some preceding favour or good turne called on this remuneration. But lastly (which proofe I take to be instar omnium] the Common Seale of ye Towne, & that a most auncient one, Встречается в книгах (10) с 1863 по 1981 Встречается в книгах.
The Project Gutenberg EBook of The Lay of Havelok the Dane, by Unknown. The original book (EETS . 4, 1868, ed. Skeat) exists in at least two forms. See Errata section at the end of the e-text for details.
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Havelok the Dane, also known as Havelok or Lay of Havelok the Dane, is a Middle English romance considered to be part of the Matter of England. The story, however, is also known in two earlier Anglo-Norman versions
Havelok the Dane, also known as Havelok or Lay of Havelok the Dane, is a Middle English romance considered to be part of the Matter of England. The story, however, is also known in two earlier Anglo-Norman versions. Most scholars place Havelok the Dane at the end of the thirteenth century, between 1280 and 1290. The name "Havelok" also has many variations in spelling, and can be found as "Haveloc", "Havelock", or "Aybloc".
The Lay of Havelok the Dane. This work, necessarily hasty, would not have been possible without generous help. The Misses Skeat have kindly placed at my disposal the materials in their posses sion. Professor Carleton Brown collated the Cambridge Fragments, which now follow the text, with very valuable results. Dr. Craigie contributes the important emendation of l. 64.