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"_______ was everything the world admires in a wise man and a friend. Then this roaming killer came in a fury and slaughtered him in Heorot."
The preceding passage describes the death of which character?
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SigemundWael's son, who slew a dragon. His name was known everywhere.Hildeburh"A Danish princess married to the Frisian King, Finn, loses her son, and her brother Hnaef in a fight at Finn's hall.EcgtheowMarried Hrethel's daughter and was befriended by Hrothgar.HeremodHe was greedy and attacked his own men. Hrothgar uses his story to teach Beowulf what a king shouldn't be.HeardredHis "shield proved useless against the fierce aggression of the Shylfings." He was killed and his kingdom was passed on to Beowulf.HruthulfCaused the feud and eventual downfall of the Shieldings. Nephew to the king. His aunt scolded him publicly.FreawaruThe "young bride-to-be to the gracious Ingeld." Daughter to Hrothgar."He had been poorly regarded for a long time, was taken by the Geats for less than he was worth; and their lord too had never much esteemed him in the mead-hall." What is the significance of this quote?This shows that Beowulf's people thought he was a weakling"No matter, therefore, how you may have fared in every bout and battle until now, this you'll be worsted; no has ever outlasted an entire night against Grendel." What is the context of this quote?Unferth criticizing Beowulf"As God is my witness, I would rather my body were robed in the same burning blazeas my gold-giver's body than go back home bearing arms." What is the context of this quote?Wiglaf says this to Beowulf's soldiers"Meanwhile, a thane of the king's household, a carrier of tales,a traditional singer deeply in the lore of the past (a _______), linked a new theme to a strict metre."scop"The son of Ecgtheow would have surely perished and the Geats lost their warrior under the wide earth had the strong links and locks of his war-gear not helped to save him" What is the context of this quote?Explaining how Beowulf survived Grendel's mother's attackWhat does the Anglo-Saxon term wyrd mean?Fate"So she pounced upon him and pulled out a broad, whetted knife: now she would avenge her only child. But the mesh of chain-mail on Beowulf's shoulder shielded his life, turned the edge and tip of the blade" What image are we supposed to have in mind while reading the quote above.Lilith"If any retainer ever made bold to look her in the face [...] the outcome was sealed: [...] he was racked, tortured until doom was pronounced—death by the sword." These lines introduce which character?Modthryth"The veteran king sat down on the cliff-top. He wished good luck the Geats who had shared his hearth and his gold. He was sad at heart, unsettled yet ready, sensing his death." These lines describe which character in the poem?Beowulf, immediately before the fight with the Dragon."Sometimes at pagan shrines they vowed offerings to idols, swore oaths that the killer of souls might come to their aid and save the people" What is the context of this quote?Describing the Shieldings after Grendel attacks"Suddenly then the God-cursed brute was creating havoc: greedy and grim, he grabbed thirty men from their resting places and rushed to his lair" What is the context of this quote?Grendel on the night of his first attack"There was a feud one time, begun by your father. With his own hands he had killed Heatholaf, who was a Wulfing; so war was looming and his people, in fear of it, forced him to leave." What is the context of this quote?Hrothgar explaining why he helped Beowulf's father"Men at arms, remain here on the barrow, safe in your armour. To see which one of us is better in the end at bearing wound in a deadly fray. This fight is not yours, noris it up to any man except me to measure his strength against the monster" What is the context of this quote?Beowulf says it to his men before the fight with the Dragon"Thus Satan talking to his neerest Mate/With Head up-lift above the wave, and Eyes/That sparkling blaz'd, his other Parts besides/Prone on the Flood, extended long and large/Lay floating many a rood, in bulk as huge/As whom the Fables name of monstrous size..." The above quote describes Satan's size for the first time. As the quote continues, Satan is compared to all of the following mythological characters except which one? a. Briareos b. Typhon c. Jörmungandr d. LeviathanJörmungandr"Sing Heav'nly Muse, that on the secret top Of Oreb, or of Sinai, didst inspire, That Shepherd, who first taught the chosen Seed"Book 1: The muses are talking about the first creation of man."Satan exalted sat, by merit rais'd, To that bad eminence; and from despair, Thus high uplifted beyond hope"Book 2: Opens with Satan talking during the debate about what the next step should be."Hail holy light, ofspring of Heav'n first-born, Or of th' Eternal Coeternal beam May I express thee unblam'd? since God is light, And never but in unapproached light Dwelt from Eternitie"Book 3: Milton calls for the holy light to give his mind knowledge so he can share it with his readers."Haply so scap'd his mortal snare; for now Satan, now first inflam'd with rage, came down, The Tempter ere th' Accuser of man-kind, To wreck on innocent frail man his loss Of that first Battel, and his flight to Hell:"Book 4: It opens with Satan feeling envious and filled with despair.Order the transformations of Satan in Book 4.Cherub, cormorant bird, lion, tiger, toad, satan, big satan."If thou beest he; But O how fall'n! how chang'd/From him, who in the happy Realms of Light/Cloth'd with transcendent brightness didst out-shine/Myriads though bright."Satan- talking to Beelzebub about how much he has changed after falling from Heaven."Here perhaps/Som advantagious act may be achiev'd/By sudden onset, either with Hell fire/To waste his whole Creation, or possess/All as our own, and drive as we were driven,/The punie habitants, or if not drive,/Seduce them to our Party, that thir God/May prove thir foe, and with repenting hand/Abolish his own works."Beelzebub- talking to the fallen angels about the next step to get out of Hell. He shares a plan, created by Satan, to sabotage mankind."Let us not then pursue/By force impossible, by leave obtain'd Unacceptable, though in Heav'n, our state/Of splendid vassalage, but rather seek/Our own good from our selves, and from our own/Live to our selves, though in this vast recess,/Free, and to none accountable, preferring/Hard liberty before the easie yoke/Of servile Pomp."Mammon- he is talking about staying in Hell and building it up for it to be their own Heaven. This is during the discussion on what to do next now that all of them have been banished from Heaven."My sentence is for open War"Moloc- this is his first sentence before proposing open warfare on Heaven. This is also during the counsel where they are deciding their next move against God."This is now/Our doom; which if we can sustain and bear,/Our Supream Foe in time may much remit/His anger, and perhaps thus farr remov'd/Not mind us not offending, satisfi'd/With what is punish't."Belial- he is talking about laying low in hopes God will forget about them and do nothing. He talks of Hell not being terrible and almost comfortable. This is again in the middle of the counsel they are holding on what to do next."Have I not reason, beldams as you are? Saucy and overbold, how did you dare To trade and traffic with Macbeth In riddles and affairs of death, And I, the mistress of your charms, The close contriver of all harms, Was never called to bear my part, Or show the glory of our art?"Hecate: This is after the witches have tricked Macbeth with prophecies and riddles and didn't include her. Hecate is angry they would waste their magic on a spoiled brat like Macbeth and tells them to leave. She then proceeds to make a deadly outcome for him."Make thick my blood, Stop up th'access and passage to remorse, That no compunctious visitings of nature Shake my fell purpose, nor keep peace between Th' effect and it."Lady Macbeth: this is during the plot to kill Duncan. Lady Macbeth cals on spirits to rid her of guilt and remorse."What hands are here! Ha, they pluck out mine eyes. Will all great Neptune's ocean wash this blood Clean from my hand? No, this my hand will rather The multitudinous seas incarnadine, Making the green one red."Macbeth: Macbeth laments in this passage that all the oceans in the world wouldn't be capable of washing the blood from his hands. Instead, it is likely that his red-stained palms would turn green seas crimson in his attempt to clean them."Fair is foul, and foul is fair Hover through the fog and filthy air."The Witches: This happens in the opening scene while the witches decide where they will meet and when they will meet Macbeth. It is a recurring theme foreshadowing the whole play."No more that thane of Cawdor shall deceive Our bosom interest: go pronounce his present death, And with his former title greet Macbeth."Duncan:. Duncan is saying that the Thane of Cawdor is killed and now it is Macbeth's title. This happens after battle."Awake, awake! Ring the alarum bell. Murder and treason! Banquo and Donalbain! Malcolm! Awake! Shake off this downy sleep, death's counterfeit, And look on death itself!"MacDuff: This is after Duncan has been killed and they find him the next morning."Wisdom! To leave his wife, to leave his babes, His mansion and his titles in a place From whence himself does fly? He loves us not."Lady MacDuff: bird comparison, questioning love of country vs love of family. This is said right after Macduff has fled to go talk to Malcolm."But there's no bottom, none, In my voluptuousness. Your wives, your daughters, Your matrons, and your maids could not fill up The cistern of my lust, and my desire All continent impediments would o'erbear That did oppose my will."Malcolm: pretending to be evil to see if Macduff is corrupt. This is when MacDuff tries to enlist Malcom and help him ovethrowBe able to put in order (from earliest to most recent) the following historical/literary events: ~Epic Poem Beowulf Composed ~John Milton writes "Paradise Lost" ~Anglo Saxon Settlement ~The Black Death kills 1/3 of Britain ~James I becomes King of England ~Roman Occupation of Britain ~The First English Civil War ~Shakespeare writes Macbeth ~The Norman Conquest ~Chaucer writes "The Canterbury Tales"1) Roman Occupation of Britain 2) Anglo Saxon Settlement 3) Epic Poem Beowulf Composed 4) The Norman Conquest 5) The Black Death kills 1/3 of Britain 6) Chaucer writes "The Canterbury Tales" 7) James I becomes King of England 8) Shakespeare writes Macbeth 9) The First English Civil War 10) John Milton writes "Paradise Lost"Understand why the Wife of Bath feels she has the right to speakThe Wife begins her Prologue by claiming that her authority to speak on marriage is justified by her experience (an authority not available to the celibate clergy) rather than on her ability to interpret the Bible, a practice she attributes to menOn two separate occasions, the Wife of Bath was interrupted during her prologue. Who did this and why?Twice by the Pardoner, then by the Friar and the Summoner, then by the Host. The Pardoner interrupts, worried because he is about to be married. The Wife of Bath tells him to shut up and have another drink: when she, the expert in marriage, has told him her tale, he will be able to make his own decision about whether or not he should marry. The Friar interrupts the Wife of Bath's prologue to complain about its length. He and the Summoner begin to quarrel. The Friar starts to tell a nasty tale about summoners, but the Host steps in and lets the Wife of Bath tell her tale.Be able to identify the literary allusions made by the Wife of BathSome of the allusions that she uses include Jesus Christ, Midas, Ovid, Seneca, Boethius, King Arthur, Valerious, and Tullius Hostillius. The main reason the Wife of Bath would use these illusion was to convince the audience that she knows what she is talking about and tat her situation is normal.According to her actual story, who should women worry about (in her time)?priests.What is a frame tale narrative, and why did Chaucer use this method?Frame tale narrative is a literary technique that serves as a companion piece to a story within a story. Chaucer uses this to set himself apart from the possibly cruel and derogatory tales so he isn't held accountable for what is said.Be able to identify the methods used by Absalom and Nicholas to woo Allison.Absalom woos Allison by giving her gifts and money, and serenading her but Allison disregards him. Nicholas first pushes himself onto Allison which she does not like but the he tells Allison words of love and she quickly changes her mind and is into him.As Adam and Eve prepare their bower, Adam reminds Eve that they need to perform what task?Tend the GardenWho was the only demon that was disfigured as an Angel?MammonAccording to Satan, what did God do to tempt the Fallen Angels?He concealed his own strength"Here perhaps/Som advantagious act may be achiev'd/By sudden onset, either with Hell fire/To waste his whole Creation, or possess/All as our own, and drive as we were driven,/The punie habitants, or if not drive,/Seduce them to our Party, that thir God/May prove thir foe, and with repenting hand/Abolish his own works." During the Council of Pandemonium, which character said the quote listed above?BeelzebubMulciberThe chief builder of Pandemonium. Connected to Weyland and Hephaestus.SinSprang from Satan's head. Beautiful and serpentine.DeathBuilds a bridge from Hell to Earth. Son and Grandson of the protagonist.ChaosRules the realm of confusion on the edge of hellNightSilent consort who dwells in the region between earth and hellGabrielArchangel who thwarts Satan's first attempt to corrupt Adam and Eve.AdamRigid in his adoration of God. (Has a big forehead)EveFull of grace and beauty, but not an equal partner"Till Pride and worse Ambition threw me down Warring in Heav'n against Heav'ns matchless King:Ah wherefore! he deservd no such returnFrom me, whom he created what I wasIn that bright eminence, and with his goodUpbraided none; nor was his service hard."In the quote above, Satan has admitted to an epiphany that is antithetical to his speeches to the fallen angels.What does he admit in Book 4 that is contrary to his previous stance?God is not to blame for Satan's rebellion.What is the "Prologue to Light"?Milton directly addressing God at the beginning of Book 3This answer is correct.Book 2 begins with a description of what?Satan sitting on his throne"O thou that with surpassing Glory crownd,Look'st from thy sole Dominion like the GodOf this new World; at whose sight all the StarrsHide thir diminisht heads; to thee I call, But with no friendly voice, and add thy nameO Sun, to tell thee how I hate thy beamsThat bring to my remembrance from what stateI fell."The proceeding quote is part of Satan's soliloquy to the sun in which Book?Book 4"This is now/Our doom; which if we can sustain and bear,/Our Supream Foe in time may much remitHis anger, and perhaps thus farr remov'd/Not mind us not offending, satisfi'dWith what is punish't."The above quote was said by which character at the Council in Pandemonium?Belial"Sing Heav'nly Muse, that on the secret topOf Oreb, or of Sinai, didst inspireThat Shepherd, who first taught the chosen Seed,In the Beginning how the Heav'ns and EarthRose out of Chaos"Book 1"If thou beest he; But O how fall'n! how chang'd/From him, who in the happy Realms of Light/Cloth'd with transcendent brightness didst out-shine/Myriads though bright." These are the first lines spoken by a character in Paradise Lost. Who speaks them and who is being addressed?Satan to BeelzebubHow long did Satan and the rebel angels lay vanquished on the fiery gulf after their fall?9 DaysDuring the Council in Pandemonium which demon says "my sentence is for open War"?Molach"Let us not then pursue/By force impossible, by leave obtain'd Unacceptable, though in Heav'n, our state/Of splendid vassalage, but rather seek/Our own good from our selves, and from our own/Live to our selves, though in this vast recess,/Free, and to none accountable, preferring/Hard liberty before the easie yoke/Of servile Pomp." During the Council of Pandemonium, who said the quote listed above?MammonWhich quote best demonstrates that Adam is closer to God and more capable of discourse with God than Eve? a. "Hee for God only, shee for God in him." b. "Not Spirits, yet to heav'nly Spirits bright Little inferior" c. "Return faire Eve, Whom fli'st thou?" d. "Defaming as impure what God declares Pure, and commands to som, leaves free to all.""Hee for God only, shee for God in him."How and why did the Miller tell his story out of order?The Miller cut Mr. Monk because he was drunk.