A Companion to Beowulf

A Companion to Beowulf

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Overviews the background, plot, themes, and language of Beowulf and discusses the poem's afterlife in contemporary popular culture.As soon as the Geats are seated, it seems, a man begins to attack and put down Beowulf. Unfertha#39;s name is ... On the other hand, he sits at the kinga#39;s feet, which may be the position of a counselor a€” always on hand for discussion and advice. Hrothgar does ... have appreciated Beowulf being questioned and hearing his answers, but to question Beowulf himself would have seemed impolite. Hrothgar andanbsp;...

Title:A Companion to Beowulf
Author: Ruth Johnston Staver
Publisher:Greenwood Publishing Group - 2005-01-01

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