A ted lavender 11 how does weatheow become hrothgars

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a. Ted Lavender 11. How does Weatheow become Hrothgar’s queen? a. she is given to Hrothgar as a peace offering
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12. What does Beowulf do to Grendel? a. tears off his arm 13. What’s the dragon’s advice to Grendel amount to? a. enjoy yourself now while you can 14. What does the dragon tell Grendel his effect on mankind is? a. he makes them better 15. What does Grendel decide when he’s caught in the tree? a. he is the only thinking creature 16. Who is Unferth? a. a want-to-be hero 17. In what sense is Grendel’s race “brother” to Hrothgar’s a. Grendel is supposedly descended from Cain 18. According to the lecture, what does the dragon likely symbolize? a. god b. the devil c. the Id 19. Who is Weltheow? a. the queen 20. What does Gardner’s attitude seem to be towards heroism? a. heroes are men inspired by art 21. What is most likely the reason that “Cut B,” the section about Hrothgar’s nephew, is included? a. to suggest something more evil then Grendel 22. What does Beowulf probably mean when he tells Grendel “the world will burn green”? a. life will always begin again in natures cycles 23. What, probably, do Grendel’s last words—“so may you all”—signify?
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