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What are Beowulf's virtues? How might these virtues be especially important to a warrior society?
Weegy: The culture surrounding Beowulf upheld virtue. Truth, nobility, valor, courage, and respect lay at the fundamental core of their society. Beowulf held warrior values; thus he was great to a warrior society. Without them, a warrior is an assassin. [ ] (More)
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How is sympathy for Beowulf encouraged in this epic?
Weegy: n Beowulf, the reader is encouraged to sympathize with Beowulf. Beowulf has to fight a horrendous monster. His life is endangered. [ Beowulf has to attempt what no other warrior has been able to do- to kill Grendel: Grendel haunts the hall by night for twelve years. The Danes despair of ridding themselves of him. They can neither defeat him nor come to terms with him. ] (More)
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Why is Achilles both sad and angry at the opening of the selection?
Weegy: Achilles is sad and angry because Hector, the Trojan leader, killed his best friend Patroclus. He seems angry with himself because he didnt help or protect Patroclus against the Trojans. (More)
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In these excerpts, Achilles displays the least sense of duty toward a. himself. c. Patroclus. b. his father. d. Agamemnon, the captain of the Greeks.
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It is most important to Hector that his death be a. avenged. c. honorable. b. deserved. d. swift and painless.
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