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c. 700–750 CE
Beowulf is told from a third-person omniscient perspective as the narrator shows glimpses of many characters' feelings and viewpoints.
Beowulf is told primarily in the past tense.
Beowulf is named after its heroic protagonist, Beowulf, as a way of further honoring his achievements and moral character.
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