|Subject:||Poetry & Poets|
|Date:||July 1, 2009|
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Alliteration is frequently used:
“…a wrecker of mead-benches, rampaging among foes.” (Lines 5-6)
This builds excitement and accentuates action. Foreshadowing is used a number of times in Beowulf eg. The song of Sigmund (Lines 886- 914) suggests what Beowulf is to achieve later on...
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This, along with other language devices, adds to suspense. The poet mixes a use of ensanguined details to emphasise the monstrosity of Grendel and his mother while also exhibiting a lack of description of Grendel’s appearance to build fear, as Grendel is what the reader imagines him to be...
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