Many editions of Beowulf exist, including online editions. This category lists online editions and transcriptions of the original text.
Beowulf in Hypertext
Contains both the original Old English text and a modern translation, with the ability to jump to any section of the original or the translation. Also provides considerable background material.
Beowulf on Steorarume (Beowulf in Cyberspace)
Benjamin Slade's critical edition of Beowulf, together with a facing-page translation, explanatory notes, glossary, supplemental texts and translations, background material, and links.
Beowulf: ASPR Edition
Complete Old English text as it appears in the Anglo-Saxon Poetic Records.
Beowulf: Glossed Text
Each word of the Old English text is linked to a corresponding glossary definition.
Beowulf: Harrison-Sharp Edition
An edition of Beowulf and the Battle of Finnsburh by James Harrison and Robert Sharp. Published 1883. Includes complete Old English text, extensive textual notes, list of names occurring in the poem, and glossary. Project Gutenberg ebook. Available in various formats. Download, print, or read online.
Beowulf: Klaeber edition
Complete text of Beowulf as it appears in the Friedrich Klaeber edition. From the Internet Medieval Sourcebook.
Beowulf: the Grendel Episode
Old English text of lines 702-897, with words hot-linked to glossary.
An edition by Kevin Kiernan. An image of each folio and an edited version of the lines contained in the folio appear in parallel frames.
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