posted by Huang on .
Some critics have claimed that seeds of the courtly manner later to flower in the concept of knighthood in Middle English period are already apparent in Anglo-Saxon literature.
What the items that support the claim above?
I read this question while I was reading Beowulf...Can anyone help me with this? Please >"<
In Beowulf, how did the younger men act toward the older men, especially the leader(s)?
In Beowulf, how did the men treat the women?
In Beowulf, did anyone run away from a fight or a battle?
Read about chivalry (the chivalric code) and see what you find that is already exhibited by the characters in Beowulf.