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introduction to anglo-saxton literature: beowulf

____ refers to a conclusion based on evidence in the text inference Which sentence from the passage best supports his inference?Beowulf, Ecgtheow’s son, replied:”Well, friend Unferth, you have had your sayabout Breca and me. But it was mostly beerthat was…

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characterization in Grendel

Which comparison of Beowulf and Grendel is most accurate? In the poem, Grendel seems like a heartless monster, but in the novel he is emotionally complex. Which statement best compares the two excerpts?Read these lines from Beowulf.He realizedthat the demon…

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Beowulf Review

What Biblical story is refereed to (Grendel)? Cain and Able (ln 99-114) From who is Grendel descended? Cain (ln 99-114) Where does Grendel live? With Banished monsters (ln 103) In swampy areas – in cave under lake How many men…

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Introduction to Anglo-Saxon Literature: Beowulf

Both Old English and modern English poetry use alliteration, which isa long pause. he repetition of consonant sounds. Old English developed from tribes. Germainc Read the passage from Beowulf.”It bothers me to have to burden anyonewith all the grief Grendel…

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Beowulf Study Guide

What is a literary character that embodies the values of his/her culture? Epic Hero Who, most likely, wrote Beowulf? (based on what is known about literature during the middle ages) A monk What is the name for an Anglo-Saxon entertainer…

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Introduction to Anglo-Saxon Literature: Beowulf

Features of Anglo-Saxon culture: – Warrior tribes- Lords and thanes- Gift-giving- Hospitality and feasts- Pagan and Christian traditions Which are features of Anglo-Saxon culture? Check all that apply. A society organized into warrior tribesAn emphasis on gift-giving and hospitalityA mixture…

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