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Surname 1 Student’s Name Instructor’s Name Course Title Date Introduction A true hero proves himself through actions. From a poem set in Scandinavia, there appears a character, Beowulf, who proves his heroic actions in several instances ( Beowulf ). In most of his encounters, the character engages himself in thrilling incidents which he leaves a trace of his true bravery. Precisely, Beowulf reflects many characteristics that resemble an epic hero. Body Beowulf possesses several traits that define his heroic nature. To begin with, Beowulf appears to be a brave person. In an encounter, he manages to slay a dragon that had initially attacked a king. Later on, after his death, he also slays a dragon that had been troubling his villagers for a while. In these incidents, Beowulf portrays his strong dedication in restoring a fallen situation by risking his own life for the sake of the others. In a certain instance, he says, "And I will accomplish that task, prove myself with a reputable deed or die in the mead-hall”, (
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