Beowulf: A Valiant, Epic Hero

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The poem of Beowulf reveals a valiant, epic hero who claims he has endured the impossible. Beowulf is shown exhibiting his public reputation by bragging about his phenomenal endurances and capabilities. The boastful protagonist also displays the value of bravery by defeating foes, like Grendel, using his bare strength to take on foes by himself. In conclusion, Beowulf demonstrates the Anglo Saxon values of public reputation, and bravery in Anglo Saxon society.

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