Beowulf Project by Tj Farr
By tfarr, Updated
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Is significant and glorified
Has superior or superhuman strength, intelligence, and/or courage
Is on a quest
He held Grendel's head up high. His men were too astonished to raise a cheer. Some fell on their knees and offered thanks to god.
Preforms brave deeds
Beowulf was below average size; he looked taller siting down than standing up, because his broad chest and shoulders were out of proportion to his legs, which were short
Risks death for glory or for the greater good of society
"Grendel," he cried,"Grendel, child of Cain, come down into Heorot. I am Beowulf, son of Ecgtheow I am Beowulf, not afraid of you. I am Beowulf, come to kill you!
When Beowulf had heard all these stories about the dreadful deeds of the demon Grendel, he determined to go and help Hrothgar, if he could.
"My sword? Oh, I left it in the sun somewhere. I need no sword." "No sword but how-?..." "Have swords been any good against him
That man is truly brave when feeling fear, yet puts his fear to use and plucks courage from fear itself.
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