A great many modern English translations of Beowulf exist, including online translations. This category lists online translations.
Beowulf: a New Translation for Oral Delivery
Modern English translation by Dick Ringler, intended to be read out loud. Includes sound files for each section of the poem, a search engine, and considerable background material.
Beowulf: a Searchable Verson
Searchable online version of the Gummere translation.
Beowulf: a Translation in Free Verse
A modern adaptation by David Breeden.
Beowulf: an Interlinear Translation
Each line of the Old English text is interleaved with a corresponding line from Francis B Gummere's modern English translation
Beowulf: Child Translation
Translation by Clarence Griffin Child. [PDF]
Beowulf: Comparison of Translations
Presents the Old English text of lines 710-736 (the coming of Grendel), together with twelve different Modern English translations of these lines, dating from 1921 to 2000. [PDF]
Beowulf: Gummere Translation
Translation by Francis B. Gummere. From the Internet Medieval Sourcebook.
Beowulf: Hall Translation
Modern English translation by J. Lesslie Hall. Project Gutenberg eBook
Shows how each of five excerpts from the poem has been translated in over 100 translations.
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