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Some English words of interest, derived from the French, based on Aiol and La Chanson de Roland
(University of Missouri, 1904)
The greater number of English words derived from French probably came into the language either in the period of intercourse between the two countries preceding the Norman conquest, or subsequent to the conquest and as a ...
Concretes and abstracts in the Old English epic Beowulf
(University of Missouri, 1916)
That poem may surely be said to be abstract in character in which the motive is more real than the deed, in which the thoughts of a man's heart are given more dramatic prominence than the facts of his appearance, in which ...