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I would give Beowulf an A as a king on a grading scale from A-F. He was a man of mild manner that cared about his people, their land and safety. Beowulf was a religious man that knew where his strength came from. Beowulf knew the source of his strength and he did not let himself get in the way. Meaning Beowulf did not boast about his strength coming from himself but rather he acknowledged it coming from a higher power. This passage shows the religious side of Beowulf as well as his strength.
The monster wrenched and wrestled with him
but Beowulf was mindful of his mighty strength,
the wondrous gifts God had showered on him:
He relied for help on the Lord of All,
on His care and favour. So he overcame the foe,
brought down the hell-brute. (Greenblatt, 2012, pg. 69, Line1269-1274)
The second reason that I gave Beowulf an A as a King is because of his wealth. In reality all Kings are wealthy. He was one of those wealthy Kings both at home and abroad.
The cup was carried to him, kind words
spoken in welcome and a wealth of wrought gold
graciously bestowed: two arm bangles,
a mail-shirt and rings, and the most resplendent
torque of gold I ever heard tell of
anywhere on earth or under heaven. (Greenblatt, 2012, pg. 68, Line 1191-1196)
If I were to grade Beowulf as a king, I would say that he earned an A. I'm basing this grade on courage and approval rate.
Beowulf has several attacks throughout the story. There are several times where Beowulf's accomplishments are mentioned. Unferth mentioned the time when Beowulf took on Breca in a swimming match and Beowulf himself mentions how he battled and bound multiple beasts. What I found most courageous is the fact that Beowulf believes that he is ready to fight Grendel.
- "Now I mean to be a match for Grendel, settle the outcome in single combat." (pg. 50, line 424-426)
Not only does he think that he can take on Grendel but he also believes that he can do it in single combat.
As for approval rate, there are several times in the story where Beowulf is thanked, praised and highly spoken of.
- "He will not let you down. Should you die before him, he will treat our children truly and fairly. He will honor, I am sure, our two sons..." (pg. 67, Line 1181-1183).
The queen spoke highly of him in her speech and that is a reflection of how several other feel about him