Beowulf's Courageous Deeds

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In Anglo-Saxon culture to be a hero was to be a warrior and a noble leader for his people. Warriors had to be willing to face any odds put against him any willing to die. He was born of a noble birth by being born the prince of the Geats. Beowulf character traits by carrying out brave deeds, being a kind and generous leader, and his willingness to put his life on the line for the greater good of his people. Beowulf’s courageous acts include not making his men do anything he wouldn’t do himself. That shows when they go to visit King Hrothgar for a noble deed. His actions he chose did affect his people as well as his soldiers. They go to see Hrothgar in Herorot due to his special request that Beowulf was the best at defeating others. He leaves

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