anonymous
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The epic poem Beowulf combines elements of paganism and Christianity. One aspect of paganism is the concept of wyrd, the Old-English word for "fate." What is the role of fate in the poem? Based on your understanding of Beowulf, how do you think Anglo-Saxon society viewed fate? I don't really understand what this question is asking.
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Pandemonium
  • Pandemonium
whats the question?
anonymous
  • anonymous
The epic poem Beowulf combines elements of paganism and Christianity. One aspect of paganism is the concept of wyrd, the Old-English word for "fate." What is the role of fate in the poem? Based on your understanding of Beowulf, how do you think Anglo-Saxon society viewed fate?
Pandemonium
  • Pandemonium
thats the whole question?

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anonymous
  • anonymous
Yes
Pandemonium
  • Pandemonium
geez what a question haha
Pandemonium
  • Pandemonium
is it multiple choice or written response?
anonymous
  • anonymous
Written
Pandemonium
  • Pandemonium
ok so its basically through their actions, fate will decide how everything will go down in the poem and nothing they do can change fate
anonymous
  • anonymous
Thanks!
Pandemonium
  • Pandemonium
Thats my thought on how fate will play out

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