From your response, may I assume you wished to be "spoon fed?" Did you try any of those sites because the answer to your post is there several times.
Did you even read the description of how long and how difficult it was to kill her? First of all, it takes him hours to swim in the water before he gets to her underwater cave. Note the fact that Beowulf was able to kill Grendel with his bare hands while he needed full armour to defeat Grendel’s mother. Grendel’s mother is described as a:
“…monstrous hell-bride, brooded on her wrongs. She had been forced down into fearful waters, the cold depths, after Cain killed his father’s son, felled his own brother with a sword.” (Lines 1261- 65)
Please help with Beowulf Comprehension questions. I just need a general idea to write around, something impressive. 1. Why did Beowulf decide to free the Danes from Grendel? 2. Why did Beowulf fight Grendel with his bare hands?
I've read the passage im just stuck on a few questions! in “The Battle with the Dragon,” where does the dragon store the treasure it steals? -in a tower -in a cave -beneath a lake -atop rocky cliffs 11. from Beowulf,
Which of these helps qualify Beowulf as an epic poem? A:It reflects a Christian influence*** B:Its protagonist is a god-like hero C:It contains pagan references D:Its characters seldom speak Which of these shows value that
Why Is It Important to Beowulf's Image As An Epic Hero That He Faced Grendel Without A Weapon? A.)Grendel Is The Embodiment Of Evil And Evil Doesn't Fight With A Weapon. B.)By Giving Up His Sword, Beowulf Showed Both Superior
Bravery in Beowulf Create a narrative poem in the Anglo saxon style of beowulf,is this right Bravery is like a very trusted friend, it will never let you down. That statement holds true in the great epic of "Beowulf." "Beowulf" is
Can you tell me if I explained Beowulf as a boastful glory seeker. Beowulf wanted to be noticed as a strong brave man who can kill monsters stronger than him. Beowulf boasted how he drove five great giants into chains. They have
Good Easter to you and your family, too, Writeacher. I urgently need you to check this rephrase of the modern translation of the fight between Beowulf and Grendel by Seamus Heaney. I need to be more precise in the description of
From Beowulf "the battle with the dragon" and " the death of Beowulf" which of these names the protagonist/atagonist relationship in the battle with the dragon?" Grendel/the dragon The dragon/grendel BEowulf/the dragonn the
Thank you writeacher for your corrections! These are the very last sentences for you to check. 1) An epic contains formulas, that is, conventional expressions easy to remember, and kennings, which are metaphorical expressions.