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Beo review

  1. 1. Paganism/ Character ChristianLiterary Plot Events Identificati Devices on ity/Epic hero 20 20 20 20 40 40 40 40 60 60 60 60 80 80 80 80 100 100 100 100 End
  2. 2. Literary Devices for 20 The following is an example of which literary device?“From a fiendless foundling, feebleand wretched,/ He grew to a terror as time brought change” (6-7). Answer
  3. 3. Literary Devices for 20 The following is an example of which literary device?“From a fiendless foundling, feebleand wretched,/ He grew to a terror as time brought change” (6-7). What is alliteration?
  4. 4. Literary Devices for 40The following is an example of which literary device?“Swiftly the fire-drake sought through the plain” (1396). Answer
  5. 5. Literary Devices for 40The following is an example of which literary device?“Swiftly the fire-drake sought through the plain” (1396). What is a kenning?
  6. 6. Literary Devices for 60The following is an example of which literary device?“Glad of heart was the giver of treasure” (473). Answer
  7. 7. Literary Devices for 60The following is an example of which literary device?“Glad of heart was the giver of treasure” (473). What is an epithet?
  8. 8. Literary Devices for 80 The following is an example of which literary device?I held on firmly to Grendel’s arm, struggled under his strength, andperspired due to the intensity. For this was not an easy battle. Answer
  9. 9. Literary Devices for 80 The following is an example of which literary device?I held on firmly to Grendel’s arm, struggled under his strength, andperspired due to the intensity. For this was not an easy battle. What is a litote?
  10. 10. Literary Devices for 100The following is an example of which literary device?“Over and over she uttered her dread/Of sorrow to come, of bloodshed and slaughter,/Terror of battle, and bondage, and shame” (1870-1872). Answer
  11. 11. Literary Devices for 100The following is an example of which literary device?“Over and over she uttered her dread/Of sorrow to come, of bloodshed and slaughter,/Terror of battle, and bondage, and shame” (1870-1872). What is foreshadowing?
  12. 12. Plot Events for 20In what two countries does this story take place? Which area representsthe land of the Danes and which the land of the Geats? Answer
  13. 13. Plot Events In what two countries does this story take place? Which area represents the land of the Danes and which the land of the Geats?What is Denmark and Sweden? What is Denmark= Danes What is Sweden= Geats
  14. 14. Plot Events for 40What does Beowulf use when fighting Grendel? Answer
  15. 15. Plot Events for 40What does Beowulf use when fighting Grendel?What is NOTHING! BONUS=WHY??
  16. 16. Plot Events for 60 Name TWO differences between the Beowulf’s battle with Grendel andBeowulf’s battle with Grendel’s mom. Answer
  17. 17. Plot Events for 60 Name TWO differences between the Beowulf’s battle with Grendel and Beowulf’s battle with Grendel’s mom. What is uses armor/weapons AND displays his doubtBONUS: WHICH SWORD DOES HE USE?
  18. 18. Plot Events for 80How long is Beowulf King with no problems? Where is he King? Answer
  19. 19. Plot Events for 80 How long is Beowulf King with no problems? Where is he King? What is 50 years?What is the land of the Geats?
  20. 20. Plot events for 100What are Beowulf’s dying wishes? Answer
  21. 21. Plot Events for 100 What are Beowulf’s dying wishes? What is to see the treasure, have a barrow made,and to give the treasure to the people?
  22. 22. Character Identification for 20 This character (the King of the Danes) warns Beowulf to “beware of pride” Answer
  23. 23. Chaucer’s view for 20This character (the King of the Danes) warns Beowulf to “beware of pride” Who is Hrothgar?
  24. 24. Chaucer’s view for 40 Grendel’s mom kills this man Answer
  25. 25. Chaucer’s view for 40 Grendel’s mom kills this man Who is Aeschere?PS: Know your SPELLING
  26. 26. Chaucer’s view for 60Beowulf’s Best Friend who helps him slay the dragon Answer
  27. 27. Chaucer’s view for 60 Beowulf’s Best Friend who helps him slay the dragon Who is Wiglaf? BONUS:What does he end up doing with the Dragon’s treasure?
  28. 28. Chaucer’s view for 80This person gives Beowulf “Naegling”.Bonus points: when does Beowulf use this sword? Answer
  29. 29. Chaucer’s view for 80 This person gives Beowulf “Naegling”. Bonus points: when does Beowulf use this sword? Who is Hygelac?When he and Wiglaf kill the Dragon!
  30. 30. Chaucer’s view for 100What is the name of a singing poet? Answer
  31. 31. Chaucer’s view for 100What is the name of a singing poet? Who is a scop?
  32. 32. Paganism/Christianity/Epic hero for 20 The following is an example of which religious element found in Beowulf? “He bore the curse of the seed of Cain” (65). Answer
  33. 33. Paganism/Christianity/Epic hero for 20 The following is an example of which religious element found in Beowulf? “He bore the curse of the seed of Cain” (65). What is Christianity?
  34. 34. Paganism/Christianity/Epic hero for 40 Which epic hero characteristic does this quote illustrate? “The precious hoard/ Shall burn with the hero” (1777-1778). Answer
  35. 35. Paganism/Christianity/Epic hero for 40 Which epic hero characteristic does this quote illustrate? “The precious hoard/ Shall burn with the hero” (1777-1778).What is is significant and glorified ?
  36. 36. Paganism/Christianity/Epic hero for 60 Which 4 very important characteristics are missing from the following Epic Hero Chart? 1.Is significant and glorified 2.Is ethical 3.Is a strong responsible leader 4.Performs brave deeds Answer
  37. 37. Paganism/Christianity/Epic hero for 60Which 4 very important characteristics are missing fromthe following Epic Hero Chart?1.Is significant and glorified2.Is ethical3.Is a strong responsible leader4.Performs brave deeds5.Is on a QUEST What is: 1.Has superhuman strength 2.Is of noble birth 3.Reflects the ideals of a particular society 4.Risks death for the greater good of society
  38. 38. Paganism/Christianity/Epic hero for 80 The following is an example of which religious element found in Beowulf? “Down to the bottom a savage sea- beast/Fiercely dragged me and held me fast” (425-426). Answer
  39. 39. Paganism/Christianity/Epic hero for 80 The following is an example of which religious element found in Beowulf? “Down to the bottom a savage sea- beast/Fiercely dragged me and held me fast” (425-426). What is Paganism
  40. 40. Paganism/Christianity/Epic hero for 100 Complete a Paganism/Christianity Chart Answer
  41. 41. Paganism/Christianity/Epic hero for 100 Complete a Paganism/Christianity Chart Paganism= supernatural, fate, monsters, polytheistic, code of conduct, materialism, glory of heroes Christianity= monotheistic, references to the bible, heaven vs. hell, good over evil

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