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Tale, George S. 1978. "Chiasmus as metaphor: the figura crucis tradition and The Dream of the Rood." Neuphilologische Mitteilungen, vol. 79.2, pp. 114-125.

Wolf, Carol J. 1970. "Christ as hero in The Dream of the Rood." Neuphilologische Mitteilungen, vol. 71.2, pp. 203-210.

Woolf, Rosemary. 1958. "Doctrinal Influences on The Dream of the Rood." Medium Ævum, vol. 27.3, pp. 137-153.

Bammesberger, Alfred. 2002. "A Doubtful Reconstruction of the Old English Ruthwell Crucifixion Poem." Studia Neophilologica, vol. 74, pp. 143-45.

Gvozdetskaya, N. Yu. 2001. "Semantika drevneangliyskoy poeticheskoy formuly (na materiale Beovul'fa i Videniya kresta) (The Semantics of the Old English Poetic Formula, Based on Beowulf and The Dream of the Rood)." In: . Lingvistika na rubezhe epoh. Idei i toposy. Sbornik statey: ( = Linguistics at the Turn of the Millennium: Ideas and Topoi: Essay Collection). Moscow, n.p., pp. 245-62.

Conti, Aidan. 2001. "An Anonymous Homily for Palm Sunday, The Dream of the Rood, and the Progress of Ælfric's Reform." Notes and Queries n.s., vol. 48, pp. 377-80.

Wheelock, Jeremy I. 2000. "The Word Made Flesh: 'engel dryhtnes' in The Dream of the Rood." English Language Notes, vol. 37.3, pp. 1-11.

Sorrell, Paul. 2000. "Word Alchemy: a Window on Anglo-Saxon Culture." Parabola, vol. 25.2, pp. 62-68.

Roberts, Jane. 2000. "Some Relationships between The Dream of the Rood and the Cross at Ruthwell." Stud. in Med. Eng. Lang. and Lit. (Tokyo), vol. 15, pp. 1-25.

Ó Carragáin, Éamonn. 2000. "The Annunciation of the Lord and His Passion: a Liturgical Topos from St Peter's on the Vatican in The Dream of the Rood, Thomas Cranmer and John Donne." In: Jane Roberts and Janet Nelson. Essays on Anglo-Saxon and Related Themes in Memory of Lynne Grundy. London, Centre for Late Antique and Medieval Studies, King's College, University of London, vol. 17, pp. 339-81.

Crawford, Robert. 2000. "The Vision of the Cross." Stand n.s., vol. 2.2, pp. 143-46.

Britt Mize. 2010. "The Mental Container and the Cross of Christ: Revelation and Community in The Dream of the Rood." Studies in Philology, vol. 107, pp. 131-178.

Heckman, Christina M. 2005. "Imitatio in Early Medieval Spirituality: The Dream of the Rood, Anselm, and Militant Christology." Essays in Medieval Studies, vol. 22, pp. 141-153.

LUISELLI FADDA, Anna Maria. 2003. "La Croce nella tradizione poetica anglosassone (sec. VIII-IX)." Romanobarbarica: Contributi allo studio dei rapporti culturali tra mondo latino e mondo barbarico, vol. 17, pp. 333-359.

Thieme, Adelheid L. J. 1998. "Gift Giving as a Vital Element of Salvation in "The Dream of the Rood"." South Atlantic Review, vol. 63, pp. 108-123.

Irvine, Susan. 1997. "Adam or Christ? A Pronominal Pun in The Dream of the Rood." The Review of English Studies, vol. 48, pp. 433-447.

Galloway, Andrew. 1994. "Dream-Theory in The Dream of the Rood and The Wanderer." The Review of English Studies, vol. 45, pp. 475-485.

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Notebook VII.04.04 Notebook Editors: Cristanne Miller and Robin Schulze
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