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Thanks again, Jeremy.

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The index confirms it is in issue #57, pp. 4-10. From the Index summary p. 21 (still haven't seen the full article):


Asserts that "The Hobbit, differing greatly in tone, is nonetheless a retelling of the incidents that comprise the plot and the digressions in both parts of Beowulf."

However, his retelling is from a Christian point of view.


The dissertation is more than 200 pp. long. I sent you a separate email on the dissertation, which is obtainable through ProQuest with a subscription.

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That's great - many thanks, Jeremy.

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