Beowulf Boast. Look at p. 47-48 lines 236-284 at Beowulf’s boast explaining to Hrothgar how he’s qualified to fight Grendel . Think of something you’re highly qualified to do.
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Beowulf Boast • Look at p. 47-48 lines 236-284 at Beowulf’s boast explaining to Hrothgar how he’s qualified to fight Grendel. • Think of something you’re highly qualified to do. • Your assignment is to write a formal boast about yourself. Tell us your deeds, who your daddy/mama are, what you plan to do, and how you’re not gonna take nothing from nobody. Your accomplishments may be academic, athletic, musical, social, artistic, etc. Lay aside your humility! Remember, you’ll soon be applying for college or a job and may need to do a bit of boasting. • Being creative, include your genealogy, your acts of courage, your victories over enemies, and any other achievements and awards. To end your boast, state your next great act • Your boast must show your understanding of Anglo-Saxon poetry by following the Anglo-Saxon poetic format: no end-rhyme, heavy alliteration, at least three examples of an original kenning, 10-20 lines long