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How can the reader tell that Beowulf is an epic poem? a. It takes place a long time ago. b. The story involves warriors and battles. c. The hero is described as someone greater than all other
men. d. The people in the story are called Geats and Danes.
The reader can tell that Beowulf is an epic poem because c. The hero is described as someone greater than all other men.
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