Greened is a descendant of Cain who was evil as well, and made his home a hell on earth. Chapter Two: How long does Hero stay empty after Grenade’s first attack? What does this suggest to you about King Warthogs and his men? Hero stayed empty for 12 winters after Greened;s first attack. This shows that King Warthogs and his men were very sentimental about the deaths of their fellow men. Read lines 1 75 to the end of this chapter very carefully. Explain how these lines demonstrate the religious changes going on in England in the Anglo-Saxon period. It sounds like Catholicism is replacing a polytheistic religion.
Chapter Three: What is Beowulf reputation in the world? Beowulf;s reputation is that he is stronger than anyone in the world and the greatest of all Seats. Based on this chapter alone, what is Beowulf reason for sailing to Hoarder’s kingdom? What does this suggest to you about Beowulf character? Beowulf's reason was to go and help the famous king. This shows that he is brave and has a good heart. Chapter 4: At first, the Danish guard (In Chapter 3) Is not very welcoming to Beowulf and his men but his attitude soon changes. What qualities does Beowulf demonstrate In his speech which changes the guard’s mind?
Beowulf shows that him and his men are seeking the prince. He also tells the Danish guard that his father Ghetto, was a famous soldier. Chapter 6: Beowulf speech to Warthogs (lines 407 to end of chapter) is famously referred to as the “Beowulf boast. ” Based on what you know about this character, does this speech strike you as arrogant? Why or why not? I find it arrogant because he is praising himself and making himself seem tough by saying how he killed his enemies. How does Beowulf intend to battle with Greened? He intends to battle him with blood, flesh and bone which I imagine will lead to a death. Chapters 8 and 9:
The author lets us know early in chapter 8 that Unfetter Is a jealous man. How do we know this? We know this because he crestless Beowulf and mocks his accomplishments. Chapter 1 2: Why are the weapons of Beowulf men powerless against Greened? All of the weapons had been bewitched. In want aromatic way does Beowulf Loosely Nils victory over ten monster:’ hung the monsters body after he killed it. Chapter 13: Why do you think the narrator inserts a brief digression about the great Norse hero Sigmund at this point in the poem? Because Sigmund is similar to Beowulf in the sense that he is very powerful and destroys his enemies.