Reflection On Beowulf

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Name: Travis Hallam
Course: E211
Entry #1
Date: 9/24/17
Module #1
Reading Completed: Beowulf Lines 1-1650
Reflections:
Beowulf was a brave warrior and a noble fellow in his youth. He shows this by his fights with Grendel and Grendel’s mother. Beowulf will never back down from a fight and stays true to his word until death. With these victories he is characterized as a hero and he has a feature of strength. He told people he was a hero after he helped stop the plagues at Denmark. Before this Beowulf is trying to make a name for himself and It is a very important task to young Beowulf. Beowulf already has great achievements but his is out to make his name greater a does. Beowulf is also said to have the strength of 30 men in his hand grip. Beowulf was probably the best warrior around with his great bravery. Beowulf is also a good looking man as we are told by the scylding guard in lines 247-248.

Entry #2
Date: 9/24/17
Module #:1
Reading Completed: The Pardoner's Prologue and Tale
Reflections:
The Pardoner as described by Chaucer is a very untrustworthy character. He lies to all the people who want indulgences. He tells them that they can be forgiven of their sin by
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