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Beowulf as a Reflection of Anglo-Saxon Values
In history, evil men have reigned supreme across many cultures. Some people say that being evil is inherent in every human. If this is true, then writing may be the ultimate way of releasing hatred of the world without hurting anyone. In Beowulf, all of society's evil men can be personified within the demons of Cain. The main demon presented in Beowulf is Grendel. Grendel personifies the exact opposite of what the Anglo-Saxons held dear. Beowulf, the story's hero, is the embodiment of what every Anglo-Saxon strove to become in their lifetime. Grendel is constantly angry, afraid and unsure…
- Beowulf as a Reflection of Anglo-Saxon Values
- Beowulf vs. King Arthur (COMPARE CONTRAST)
- The books Beowulf and Sir Gawain and the Green Knight, both translated by Burton Raffel and the movie Star Wars by George Lucas have mythical heroes according to the monomyth process.
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