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Question Description

I do not have the literature for these questions. You would need to respond to these questions by 3/30 11:59 EST and respond to 2 peers which I will post on 3/31.


This discussion board has two parts.

Part I

Choose one of the following questions and support your response with at least two pieces of evidence from the text. Be sure to analyze the textual evidence to show how it supports your response:

  1. What role does revenge play in the text?
  2. What causes pride, and how does the author portray pride?
  3. How does this text suggest that everything is constantly changing, that nothing stays the same?
  4. What role do women play in Beowulf?
  5. How does this text define responsibility? In other words, what does one have a responsibility to do?

Part II

Respond to the following question:

  1. Why do we still read Beowulf; how does it relate to the world we live in?

Tutor Answer

henryprofessor
School: University of Virginia

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Part 1: What role does revenge play in the text?

Revenge was the unifying theme in Beowulf since it was the reason for the actions of the
main characters. Grendel’s decision to inhabit the Heorot and joy in tormenting any person that
enters it was due to his hatred for the blessings God bestowed on humans, which interestingly are
the things ...

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