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    of/in english literature.

    Hi,

    -Beowulf is the oldest surviving poem of/in english literature.

    In my opinion, the preposition 'in' is the correct usage, but I am not sure if the preposition 'of' in it is OK or not. Is 'of' OK?

    Thanks.

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    Re: of/in english literature.

    Quote Originally Posted by aysaa View Post
    Hi,

    -Beowulf is the oldest surviving poem of/in English literature.

    In my opinion, the preposition 'in' is the correct usage, but I am not sure if the preposition 'of' in it is OK or not. Is 'of' OK?

    Thanks.
    No, use "in".

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