|The Old English Physiologus|
|Albert S. Cook, James Hall Pitman|
| New Haven: Yale University Press, 1921; Series: Yale studies in English 63
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Text and prose translation by Albert Stanburrough Cook. Verse translation by James Hall Pitman. Neither translation is literal; the verse translation in particular takes liberties with the OE text.
Editor's preface dated: March 27, 1921./ "Text is extracted from my edition, The Old English Elene, Phoenix, and Physiologus (Yale university press, 1919) where a critical apparatus may be found."--Pref./ Three short poems of the Exeter book: the Panther, the Whale, and the Partridge; often ascribed to Cynewulf. The last is a mere fragment.
Reprinted by: Folcroft Library Editions, Folcroft, PA, 1973.
|ISBN: 0-8414-1843-8; LCCN: 73004487; LC: PR1752.C6 1973; DDC: 829/.1|