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by George Hardin Brown
Author: George Hardin Brown
Publisher: Boydell Press; 1St Edition edition (November 19, 2009)
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By (author) George Hardin Brown. The Venerable Bede is a crucial figure for Anglo-Saxonists, arguably the most important, known character from the period. This book provides an informative, comprehensive, and up-to-date guide to Bede and his writings, underlining in particular his importance in the development of European history and culture.
George Hardin Brown is an American scholar of medieval studies. The focus of his scholarship includes Anglo-Latin and Anglo-Saxon literature, especially the work of the Venerable Bede. Brown has had a long academic career at many renowned institutions and has studied under other notable scholars in his field. Brown received his . 1959) degrees from Saint Louis University. He also studied theology in Austria before returning to the United States.
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A Companion to Bede book. It places Bede in his contemporary Northumbria and early Anglo-Saxon England, dedicates individual chapters to his works, and includes a chapter on Bede's legacy for subsequent history. GEORGE HARDIN BROWN is Professor of English emeritus, Stanford University.
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George Brown did his undergraduate studies as a Jesuit at St. Louis University, and, after gaining an advanced degree in philosophy, he received an . In Innsbruck, Austria, he studied theology for four years. A Companion to Bede provides an informative, comprehensive, and up-to-date guide to Bede and his writings, underlining in particular his importance in the development of European history and culture. It places Bede in his contemporary Northumbrian and early Anglo-Saxon England, dedicates individual chapters to his works, and includes a chapter on Bede's legacy for subsequent history.
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