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A review of "Beowulf"
Beowulf was written in a time when Christianity was a newly budding religion in England.
Throughout the book there are obvious references to both Christian and Pagan rituals. The
characters in the epic are newly found Christians who are trying to remain true to their new faith
but are weak and hence, in times of great trouble, they resort back to their Pagan traditions and
gods out of fear. Pagan rituals in the book are usually present only as reflections of the past or in
times of the characters's greatest turmoil. Otherwise, in times of happiness and rejoicing, they
worship their on…
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