Beowulf Essay | Beowulf Compared to General George S. Patton

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Beowulf Compared to General George S. Patton

Summary: The Beowulf character from "Beowulf" is compared to U.S. General George S. Patton.
Many present-day movies consist of a similar plot: good vs. evil. In these movies, there is the bad guy, or the evil enemy that tries to ruin all normality and all viewers love to hate. On the other hand, there is the good guy, or the super hero with superhuman strength to save the day and overcome the evil. In the movie "Peter Pan", Captain Hook tries to rid Never Never Land of Peter Pan and the Lost Boys, but Peter Pan prevails and makes Captain Hook walk the plank. In the movie "Lion King", Simba overcomes his Uncle Scar from taking over as ruler of Pride Rock by fighting Scar and his band of hissing hyenas. These movies are full of enchantment and makes the world seem right and just once more.

In the story "Beowulf", Beowulf, son of Healfdane and noble...

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