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This bibliography section of this book titled A Companion to Ælfric containst the list references of editions, facsimiles and translations, secondary material, electronic resources and databases. It presents the index of names and terms that occur in the book. The book recognizes the achievement of Ælfric as a writer and teacher, but also seeks to consider his relationship to the age in which he lived and to its ecclesiastical and secular politics in a more nuanced way than has often been the case in the past. A number of key themes emerge across the collection, uniting chapters on different topics. The most notable themes are orthodoxy and individuality, Englishness and Christianity, pedagogy and politics, uses and appropriations of Ælfric, and the intersection of style and ideology which is so central to the Ælfrician project.

Keywords: Ælfric; Christianity; individuality; orthodoxy; politics

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