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CONTENTS

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About Representing Syntax and Meter

The Opening Sentence
Fig. 1. Beowulf, ll. 1-3


Variation, Paratactic Predications, and Ellipsis
Fig. 2. Beowulf, ll. 4-7a


A Metrical-Syntactical Unit
Fig. 3. Beowulf, ll. 7b-11


Variation and Parataxis
Fig. 4. Beowulf, l. 529, and others like it


Drama in the Handling of Variation (A Request)
Fig. 5. Beowulf, ll. 344-47


Drama in the Handling of Variation (A Response)
Fig. 6. Beowulf, ll. 350b-55


Simple Pragmatics
Fig. 7. Beowulf, ll. 381b-84a


Chiasmus and Suspension
Fig. 8. Beowulf, ll. 636b-38


Variation, Coordination, and Ellipsis (I)
Fig. 9. Beowulf, ll. 2510-18a


Variation, Coordination, and Ellipsis (II)
Fig. 10. Beowulf, ll. 2341b-44


Incremental Repetition, Expansion, and Deletion
Fig. 11. Beowulf, ll. 853-56a


The Closing Sentence
Fig. 12. Beowulf, ll. 3178-82


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