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Describes Beowulf as an epic hero through his Anglo-Saxon qualities he posesses.
Qualities of an Epic Hero
The poem "Beowulf", of an unknown author, is set in the Anglo-Saxon Period, which starts in 449 and ends in 1485. In 449 the Germanic tribes, Angles, Saxons, and Jutes invade England. In 1485, Ending the Anglo-Saxon period was the Norman invasion. This poem is set in Scandinavia between the sixth and seventh century. The three tribes in this poem are Geats, Danes, and Swedes. An epic hero, such as Beowulf, possess qualities of loyalty, bravery, and superhuman strength.
Beowulf exhibits loyalty in the poem after he cuts Grendel's head off to show Hrothgar, the…
- Describes Beowulf as an epic hero through his Anglo-Saxon qualities he posesses.
- Epic Works - comparison of The Odyssey, The Divine Comedy, and Paradise Lost.
- Sophocles portrayal of unversal justice through Oedipus the king
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