Who wrote the story of "Beowulf"?


Beowulf is the title of an Old English heroic poem set in Scandinavia. The poem consists of 3182 alliterative long lines and was written by an unidentified Anglo-Saxon poet. Beowulf is commonly cited as one of the most key works of Anglo-Saxon literature.
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Beowulf was written about a mythical Scandinavian warrior of the 6th c. A.D. Its author is unknown.
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Beowulf is the hero of an ancient epic, titled Beowulf, which is the oldest known epic narrative composed in English. Beowulf is a powerful warrior who comes to the aid of the Danish king Hrothgar, whose hall is raided each night by the hideous man-eatin... More »
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