Beowulf Essay | Student Essay

Gareth Hinds
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Beowulf

Summary: Essay provides an analysis for the novel "Beowulf" by Dr. David Breeden.
In the story Beowulf, translated by Burton Raffel, Raffel said that one of the excellence of the book Beowulf "is the poet's insight into people (Raffel)." Raffel said that the poet does an exceptional job of characterizing. There are many themes in the story including revenge and fate. The poet writes as if you were standing right in front of this action.

The poet does an excellent job of showing insight into human disposition or nature. ."..Strongest of the Geats-greater/and stronger than anyone in this world (l. 110/111). ."..he was loved by the Geats...(l. 118)." ."..the bravest and best of the Geats...(l. 121)." The poet writes as if you were standing right in front of this action. The poet features many themes including revenge, reputation, boasting, leadership, and fear.

One of the first major themes of Beowulf is reputation and fame. When Beowulf arrives the first time to Herot...

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