How does Beowulf embodies the ideals of conduct in the Anglo-Saxon culture?


Bay Wolf embodies the ideals of conduct in the Anglo-Saxon culture because he is a hero. He selflessly sacrifices himself. He also does not let his lineage hold him down.
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I need at least 4 of his virtues with the part or parts where the virtue is displayed. Posted by bostonia on October 22, 2010 at 7:13 AM via web and tagged with anglo saxon beowulf
It does not. Beowulf is a Norse Saga, not anglo-saxon.
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