Here you'll find a handful of helpful resources to begin your study of the Beowulf manuscript, including the text in its original Old English, Klaeber's seminal work of critical analysis, as well as a number of standard translations that are in the public domain and free to download. A useful reference for the study of Beowulf translations is Tinker's dissertation, which provides a comprehensive chronological survey of academic scholarship and criticism up to that time. Beowulf has been transcribed and translated a great many times, and few even of the most dedicated readers could hope to read each one, but these should provide a good start.
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Michigan University Scan [B/W]
Library of Congress Scan [Color]
The Anglo-Saxon Poems of Beowulf & The Fight at Finnsburg
(Third Edition, 1889)
University of Pittsburg Scan [Color]