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Paganism, Christianity, and the Date of Beowulf
 
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Professor Awesome talks about the enormously complex issue of the date of Beowulf and what that tells us about Christian and pagan elements in the poem.
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Beowulf Summary | Summary & Analysis of Beowulf (Grendel, Grendel's Mother, Dragon)
 
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Beowulf Summary | Summary & Analysis of Beowulf (Grendel, Grendel's Mother, Dragon) Beowulf is an Old English epic poem consisting of 3182 alliterative lines. It may be the oldest surviving long poem in Old English and is commonly cited as one of the most important works of Old English literature. A date of composition is a matter of contention among scholars; the only certain dating pertains to the manuscript, which was produced between 975 and 1025. The author was an anonymous Anglo-Saxon poet, referred to by scholars as the "Beowulf poet". The poem is set in Scandinavia. Beowulf, a hero of the Geats, comes to the aid of Hrothgar, the king of the Danes, whose mead hall in Heorot has been under attack by a monster known as Grendel. After Beowulf slays him, Grendel's mother attacks the hall and is then also defeated. Victorious, Beowulf goes home to Geatland (Götaland in modern Sweden) and later becomes king of the Geats. After a period of fifty years has passed, Beowulf defeats a dragon, but is fatally wounded in the battle. After his death, his attendants cremate his body and erect a tower on a headland in his memory. The full poem survives in the manuscript known as the Nowell Codex. It has no title in the original manuscript, but has become known by the name of the story's protagonist. In 1731, the manuscript was badly damaged by a fire that swept through Ashburnham House in London that had a collection of medieval manuscripts assembled by Sir Robert Bruce Cotton. The Nowell Codex is currently housed in the British Library. ............................................................................... Content of the Video: 1 Historical background of Beowulf 2 Summary of Beowulf 2.1 First battle: Grendel 2.2 Second battle: Grendel's Mother 2.3 Third battle: The Dragon 3 Authorship and date of Beowulf 4 Manuscript of Beowulf 4.1 Provenance of Beowulf 4.2 Writing of Beowulf 4.3 Transcriptions of Beowulf 4.4 Translations of Beowulf 4.5 Debate over oral tradition 5 Sources and analogues of Beowulf 6 Dialect of Beowulf 7 Form and metre of Beowulf 8 Interpretation and criticism of Beowulf 9 Artistic adaptations of Beowulf ....................................................................... Sources: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Beowulf Background Music: Evgeny Teilor, https://www.jamendo.com/track/1176656/oceans The Lounge: http://www.bensound.com/royalty-free-music/jazz Images: www.pixabay.com www.openclipart.com
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The Sound of the Old English / Anglo-Saxon Language (Beowulf, Anglo-Saxon Chronicles & etc)
 
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OLD ENGLISH About 400 Anglo-Saxon texts survive from this era, including many beautiful poems, telling tales of wild battles and heroic journeys. The oldest surviving text of Old English literature is “Cædmon's Hymn”, which was composed between 658 and 680, and the longest was the ongoing “Anglo-Saxon Chronicle”. But by far the best known is the long epic poem “Beowulf”. “Beowulf” may have been written any time between the 8th and the early 11th Century by an unknown author or authors, or, most likely, it was written in the 8th Century and then revised in the 10th or 11th Century. It was probably originally written in Northumbria, although the single manuscript that has come down to us (which dates from around 1000) contains a bewildering mix of Northumbrian, West Saxon and Anglian dialects. The 3,182 lines of the work shows that Old English was already a fully developed poetic language by this time, with a particular emphasis on alliteration and percussive effects. Even at this early stage (before the subsequent waves of lexical enrichment), the variety and depth of English vocabulary, as well as its predilection for synonyms and subtleties of meanings, is evident. For example, the poem uses 36 different words for hero, 20 for man, 12 for battle and 11 for ship. There are also many interesting "kennings" or allusive compound words, such as hronrad (literally, whale-road, meaning the sea), banhus (bone-house, meaning body) and beadoleoma (battle-light, meaning sword). Of the 903 compound nouns in “Beowulf”, 578 are used once only, and 518 of them are known only from this one poem. Old English was a very complex language, at least in comparison with modern English. Nouns had three genders (male, female and neuter) and could be inflected for up to five cases. There were seven classes of “strong” verbs and three of “weak” verbs, and their endings changed for number, tense, mood and person. Adjectives could have up to eleven forms. Even definite articles had three genders and five case forms as a singular and four as a plural. Word order was much freer than today, the sense being carried by the inflections (and only later by the use of propositions). Although it looked quite different from modern English on paper, once the pronunciation and spelling rules are understood, many of its words become quite familiar to modern ears. Many of the most basic and common words in use in English today have their roots in Old English, including words like water, earth, house, food, drink, sleep, sing, night, strong, the, a, be, of, he, she, you, no, not, etc. Interestingly, many of our common swear words are also of Anglo-Saxon origin (including tits, fart, shit, turd, arse and, probably, piss), and most of the others were of early medieval provenance. Care should be taken, though, with what are sometimes called "false friends", words that appear to be similar in Old English and modern English, but whose meanings have changed, words such as wif (wife, which originally meant any woman, married or not), fugol (fowl, which meant any bird, not just a farmyard one), sona (soon, which meant immediately, not just in a while), won (wan, which meant dark, not pale) and fæst (fast, which meant fixed or firm, not rapidly). During the 6th Century, for reasons which are still unclear, the Anglo-Saxon consonant cluster "sk" changed to "sh", so that skield became shield. This change affected all "sk" words in the language at that time, whether recent borrowings from Latin (e.g. disk became dish) or ancient aboriginal borrowings (e.g. skip became ship). Any modern English words which make use of the "sk" cluster came into the language after the 6th Century (i.e. after the sound change had ceased to operate), mainly, as we will see below, from Scandinavia. Then, around the 7th Century, a vowel shift took place in Old English pronunciation (analogous to the Great Vowel Shift during the Early Modern period) in which vowels began to be pronouced more to the front of the mouth. The main sound affected was "i", hence its common description as "i-mutation" or "i-umlaut" (umlaut is a German term meaning sound alteration). As part of this process, the plurals of several nouns also started to be represented by changed vowel pronunciations rather than changes in inflection. These changes were sometimes, but not always, reflected in revised spellings, resulting in inconsistent modern words pairings such as foot/feet, goose/geese, man/men, mouse/mice, as well as blood/bleed, foul/filth, broad/breadth, long/length, old/elder, whole/hale/heal/health, etc.
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Review of Beowulf | Cinema Nouveau | Episode 22
 
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"Episode 022 Promo Window Start Date: 16/11/07 Beowulf Iv Mr. Magoriums Wonder Emporium Margot At The Wedding Adapted From The Old English Epic Poem, 'beowulf' Tells The Story Of How Warrior, Beowulf Defeats The Monster Grendel, Incurring The Wrath Of Grendel's Mother. Mr. Magorium's Wonder Emporium Is More Than A Willy Wonka Style Fantasy, It's A Heartwarming And Engaging Examination Of Life, Death, And Dealing With Loss. 'margot At The Wedding' Is Written And Directed By Noah Baumbach. It's The Follow-up To His Critically Acclaimed Academy Award Nominated Film 'the Squid And The Whale'. Page 23 Of 54 " We are adding Information with More series regularly. Subscribe us to stay updated. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCAs5DZ6fgSz6EIQUoaFtBLg?sub_confirmation=1
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Epic Literature and Beowulf
 
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Don't forget to hit the Like and Subscribe videos to make sure you receive notifications about upcoming Literature, Grammar, Reading, Writing, and World History lessons from MrBrayman.Info. In this lesson, we'll look at the literary and cultural background of Bewulf as well as features of epic literature. This is intended as preparation for the reading of Beowulf in class. Below is the outline of the slides used in the lesson: Epic Literature and Beowulf Characteristics of Epic Literature The Epic Hero represents the culture's values Often, those values are seen in the character's deeds and long speeches Long speeches serve as histories and genealogies Characteristics of Epic Literature En Media Res, the action starts in the middle of the plot, near the climax; Beowulf somewhat does this Epithets—characters are often referred to by a unique characteristic or as the "son of" Characteristics of Epic Literature Composed in narrative verse (Poetry!)—these were pre-literate societies Long, showing how the hero or culture develop over time Common throughout the world Epic Literature Other well-known epics: The Odyssey The Iliad Gilgamesh The Ramayana Background of Beowulf The story opens en media res when the monster Grendel has been attacking the Danes' mead hall, Herot We don't know why, but because he is said to be related to the Biblical figure Cain (the first murderer), we know he's evil Background of Beowulf The King of the Danes, Hrothgar, has been unable to stop Grendel Grendel has been attacking Herot for 12 years Grendel cannot be hurt by the Danes' weapons (perhaps because of the "Mark of Cain?") Background of Beowulf Beowulf, a young thane of the Geats (Swedish tribe) hears of Hrothgar's misfortune Like any young, epic hero, he sets out to make a name for himself... Cultural Background of Beowulf Originally an oral Epic by the pagan Anglo-Saxons Written down by Christian monks sometime in the 900s or early 1000s Has Christian elements and themes Cultural Background of Beowulf Beowulf is the great pagan war hero and the self-sacrificing Christ of his people Grendel is a typical monster but with this Cain business Fine example of "cross-over" literature from the period of Christian expansion throughout Europe Cultural Background of Beowulf Keep in mind that Beowulf represents a traditional European Christian worldview—it doesn't matter why something is evil, and you don't try to understand it; you just kill it
Views: 5070 Brook Brayman
Disaster Movie - End Song
 
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Will I'm dating Matt Damon! Amy You're dating Matt Damon? Well, I'm dating Hannah Montana! Hannah Montana She's dating Hannah Montana! Backstage, in my concert, turn me on my parent's bed, after school, in my locker, in the car I give her head, I'm also dating the Flava! Flava-Flav Yeah boy she's dating Flava-Flav boo! You know what time it is 'cause I'm dating Juney too, yeah! Juno Yeah well but it's true, Flava-Flavie dates me too. Paulie And I swap with Calvin and he swaps with that dude. And we're all dating Hellboy! Hellboy Oh yeah! They're dat-ing Hellboy, and I'm dating the Hulk. Hulk When I get real mad I start dating Iron-Man Iron-Man A most uncomfortable screw, but I date the Princess too! Princess Ding Dong! Prince Who's that ringing on my bell? Princess The chick who's dating Iron-Man, that's I-RO-N M-AN and I like his tin can! Prince That's really great, 'cause I'm dating Wolf Wolf AWOOOO! Dating Wolf 'aint that a pity, 'cause I'm dating those broads from Sex and the City, AWOOOO! Sex and the City leader "He dates the Sex and the City gals, Ich fragte mich, würde Wolf wirklich eifersüchtig werden, wenn er wüsste, dass wir was mit dem Typ mit dem dickem Werkzeuggürtel haben?" Batman They're all dating Batman, at Wayne Manor, in the Batcave, Butler Alfred is our love slave, bring me this, holy bath house, I'm also dating Amy Winehouse? Amy Winehouse He's dating Amy Winehouse! Got him down low low low, I'm dating Jessica Simpson, 'cause it's how I roll roll roll! Jessica Simpson She's dating Jessica Simpson! Oh yeah! And I think I might have dated that hot assassain! Carmen Electra Everyone dates me, and I date them, back you see, and the Mexican too, with the tragic hairdo Mexican Call it head, I'm dating JT Justin Timberlake I'm dating that male model 'cause he's so fine! In a line to get up in those Calvin Kline Underwear Model It's true, JT dates me once again, but I'm also dating Prince Caspian Price Caspian I am handsome and I am cool, that's why this Prince dates the kids from High School. High School Musical You know what time it is? No, what time is it? It's time to date, date me, date meee, date meeeee. He dates all us kids from High School. Under the bleachers, in the showers, while we're dating for gym class. I'm dating Oprah, I'm dating Obama, I'm dating Indiana's ass. Indiana Jones Dating Indiana, and I'm dating Hancock. Hancock Dating Hancock, and I'm dating Beowulf. Beowulf You know you like it, and I'm dating Kung Fu Panda! Kung Fu Panda And I'm dating Michael Jackson! Michael Jackson Hee Hee! Don't judge me, I love my animals you see. Alvin and the Chipmunks Oh yeah he's dating the chipmunks! Can't explain but it's true, he dates the chipmunks and yooouuuu.
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History of Beowulf
 
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Manuscript, connections to Christianity, rise of importance to British Lit.
Views: 10470 Katie Peterson
Feminism and Beowulf
 
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FEMINISM Did women boast? Would they be allowed to? Why does Anglo-Saxon literature have to be so harsh on women? Does LOTR perpetuate or avoid the misogyny of Anglo-Saxon culture, given how much it draws from that culture? Why fight Grendel hand to hand, yet with Grendel's mother, Beowulf's troop carries swords? If the battle with Grendel's Mother is highly sexualized and women in this poem are associated with irony, does that mean that women in Anglo-Saxon culture weren't sexualized? If women were of no account in Anglo-Saxon culture, why are they in Beowulf at all? If part of masculine prowess was linguistic prowess, what about Wealtheow's plea on behalf of her children? Would people have understood Grendel's mother as empowering? Is she a kind of proto-feminist? Is she supposed to be evil? If women were seen as perverse/uncanny, why would men have sex with them? Is it just about sexual pleasure or is something more at play? Was there prostitution in the mead-hall? What is the significance of Wealtheow's name? Are we really looking at sex slavery? If women's children could be disowned (Wealtheow) then what was the purpose of women for this culture? If the peace-weaver's role is to make peace with a rival tribe, how does that work? Don't the rival tribe still hate her? If the structure of masculinity is always already failed due to contradictory dictates of what it means to be masculine, is that like the "double-bind" of the rape victim in Roman literature? (Bound to be chaste & fight for her bodily integrity, but also bound to be feminine and not to fight against a man.)
Views: 1152 Andrew Bretz
Beowulf (2007) - Theatrical Trailer [HD]
 
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In a legendary time of heroes, the mighty warrior Beowulf (Ray Winstone) battles the demon Grendel and incurs the hellish wrath of the beast's ruthlessly seductive mother. Their epic clash forges the timeless legend of Beowulf. Directed by: Robert Zemeckis. Cast: Ray Winstone, Anthony Hopkins, John Malkovich, Robin Wright Penn, Angelina Jolie. Release Date: November 16, 2007.
Views: 956 Bunch of Trailers
'Beowulf Story Analysis': Repetition
 
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In this video, you'll learn everything about the importance of repetition in the tale of Beowulf.
Views: 242 Shmoop Literature
Understanding Beowulf Video
 
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The Anglo-Saxon Values in the long poem Beowulf
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'Beowulf Story Analysis': Course Introduction
 
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In this video, you'll be introduced to our video course on Beowulf. Watch to see what it's all about.
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Beowulf (In Our Time)
 
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Melvyn Bragg and his guests discuss the epic poem Beowulf, one of the masterpieces of Anglo-Saxon literature. Composed in the early Middle Ages by an anonymous poet, the work tells the story of a Scandinavian hero whose feats include battles with the fearsome monster Grendel and a fire-breathing dragon. It survives in a single manuscript dating from around 1000 AD, and was almost completely unknown until its rediscovery in the nineteenth century. Since then it has been translated into modern English by writers including William Morris, JRR Tolkien and Seamus Heaney, and inspired poems, novels and films. With: Laura Ashe Associate Professor in English at the University of Oxford and Fellow of Worcester College Clare Lees Professor of Medieval English Literature and History of the Language at King's College London Andy Orchard Rawlinson and Bosworth Professor of Anglo-Saxon at the University of Oxford Producer: Thomas Morris.
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Beowulf - Seamus Heaney: Part 1 of 2
 
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Nobel Laureate Seamus Heaney's new translation of Beowulf comes to life in this gripping audio. Heaney's performance reminds us that Beowulf, written near the turn of another millennium, was intended to be heard not read. Composed toward the end of the first millennium of our era, Beowulf is the elegiac narrative of the adventures of Beowulf, a Scandinavian hero who saves the Danes from the seemingly invincible monster Grendel and, later, from Grendel's mother. He then returns to his own country and lives to old age before dying in a vivid fight against a dragon. - HighBridge Audio
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Julian Glover reads Beowulf
 
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Julian Glover reads his dynamic interpretation of Beowulf, the epic heroic poem of anonymous authorship which dates somewhere between the 8th and 11th centuries. Glover cleverly inserts stanzas in the original Old English. Introduced by Sir John Giulgud.
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Caucasian Ovcharka Beowulf on a date with Luna
 
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1 year old Caucasian Ovcharka Beowulf on a date with Caucasian Ovcharka Luna who is 2 years old.
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Beowulf & Grendel (2005) - Trailer
 
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Beowulf & Grendel - Starring Stellan Skarsgård, Gerard Butler, and Sarah Polley Release Date: September 14, 2005
Views: 71632 TheFantasyCentral
Beowulf, Lesson 2: The History of the Beowulf Poem (2016)
 
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Updated for 2016. The content is essentially the same as the original video, but some of the explanations are clearer and more concise.
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I AM BEOWULF!
 
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Oh Beowulf! You crazy bachelor! Hey, heroes gotta date too! Beowulf will rofl his Beowulf all up in your daughters Beowulf! I made this using real audio from the movie!
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"Beowulf" WRAP-UP! -- "Beowulf" ... from 60second Recap®
 
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[ http://www.60secondrecap.com/study-guide/beowulf-recap/ ] by Jenny Sawyer 60sR hates to be repetitive, and you've probably already figured this out, but we'll say it again, just in case. "Beowulf" is about heroism—specifically, what it takes to be a hero. Turns out, the recipe for heroism may be ancient, but it isn't out-of-date. Here's our 21st-century interpretation in this 60second Recap®.
"Beowulf" THEME 1 -- "Beowulf" ... from 60second Recap®
 
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[ http://www.60secondrecap.com/study-guide/beowulf-theme/ ] by Jenny Sawyer You can't miss "Beowulf's" #1 theme: heroism. 60sR couldn't go more than a few stanzas in this poem without finding some kind of discussion about, or celebration of, the qualities that make a hero. (In case you were wondering, your main man Beowulf's got them all.) Which is why we created this 60second Recap®. The Recap we wish we'd had when we started reading "Beowulf."
Miscellaneous Myths: Narcissus
 
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You know his name. You know his personality disorder. But you don't know his story - especially not the gay bits! Honestly, how many times are we going to be surprised when a greek myth turns out gayer than we learned in middle school? Remind me to tell you guys about Callisto sometime. The Ancient Greek Dating Sim has a hidden character stat, "how much does aphrodite like me," which determines the trajectory of the entire game. It's impossible to predict what'll endear her to you and what'll piss her off. (Achilles + Patroclus design available here: https://overlysarcasticproducts.threadless.com/designs/ultimate-brotp/) Other songs I considered for the ending: "I Feel Pretty", "Sexy And I Know It" PATREON: www.patreon.com/user?u=4664797 MERCH LINKS: Shirts - https://overlysarcasticproducts.threadless.com/designs All the other stuff - http://www.cafepress.com/OverlySarcasticProducts Find us on Twitter @OSPYouTube!
'Beowulf Story Analysis': The Hero
 
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In this video, you'll learn everything about Beowulf as a hero and the importance of his specific brand of heroism.
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Beowulf review - analysis
 
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Beowulf review. High school English review with a focus on literary terms. I am aware I made a minor spelling error or two i.e.: Strenght vs. Strength. And I sometimes refer to Wiglaf as Wexstan. So sorry. I'll be sure to polish this up at some point.
Views: 16399 Daniel Valentin
Jordan Peterson - The Tragic Story of the Man-Child
 
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original source: https://youtu.be/nsZ8XqHPjI4?t=2h5m17s Growing up means to give up the potential to be everything. Make your choice while you can or the choice will be made for you. Dr. Peterson's new book is available for pre-order: 12 Rules for Life: An Antidote to Chaos: http://amzn.to/2yvJf9L If you want to support Dr. Peterson, here is his Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/jordanbpeterson Check out Jordan Peterson's Self Authoring Program, a powerful tool to sort yourself out: http://bit.ly/selfAuth (Official affiliate link for Bite-sized Philosophy)
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GERARD BUTLER IS BEOWULF
 
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Gerard Butler plays Beowulf, out to slay Grendel, and he talked about the mentality of his character. Keywords: Phantom Of The Opera, Therese Raquin
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Enochs HS: Dating with the Stars
 
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This was made for Mrs. Guinn's English class and contains some of the characters that we have read so far in the year. Our theme was a Dating show with Beowulf, Candie, Nurse Ratched, Moira, a Witch from MacBeth, and Serena Joy. Hope you like it ;)
Views: 74 Clara Hernandez
beowulf trailer
 
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Daquan project
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Beowulf: Material Goods
 
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In this video from Shmoop's online course on Beowulf, learn all about the importance of material goods in the poem.
Views: 203 Shmoop
Beowulf 10 Second summary
 
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Summary of Beowulf for the scavenger hunt
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LEGO Beowulf
 
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I did this for a school project
Beowulf Speech
 
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Informative speech about the Christian author's struggle to combine Christian beliefs with Pagan beliefs in Beowulf.
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Æthelberht
 
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Video profile for a dating website I made for a Beowulf project.
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Disaster Movie's Date Song - Random All Stars Edition
 
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"Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use." After I've watched "Disaster Movie" weeks ago, I've been inspired doing this and since this is Valentines month. Enjoy guys! Cast of Characters: -Phineas (Will) -Isabella (Amy) -Candace (Hannah Montana) -Richard Watterson (Flava) -Carly Rae Jepsen (Juney) -Owl City (Juney's boyfriend) -Kane (Hellboy) -Muscle Man (Hulk) -Bobert (Iron Man) -Princess Bubblegum (Princess) -Finn (Prince) -Jake (Wolf) -LSP (Carrie of Sex and the City) -Roy Mustang (Batman) -CL (Amy Winehouse) -Rebecca Black (Jessica Simpson) -HyunA (Hot Assassin) -Dr. Doofenshmirtz (Mexican guy) -Gumball (JT) -Darwin (Calvin Kline model) -Zack Ryder (Prince Caspian) -SNSD/Girls' Generation (Kids from high school) -Ferb (Calvin) -Stacey (Lisa) -Rigby (Indiana Jones) -Mordecai (Hancock) -PSY (Beowulf) -Benson (Kung Fu Panda) -JYP (Michael Jackson) -Wonder Babies [little version of Wonder Girls] (Chipmunks)
Views: 27365 Omnitrix024
Beowulf Free Audiobook - Original manuscript - part 3 of 3
 
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Beowulf is an Old English epic poem consisting of 3182 alliterative lines. It may be the oldest surviving long poem in Old English and is commonly cited as one of the most important works of Old English literature. A date of composition is a matter of contention among scholars; the only certain dating pertains to the manuscript, which was produced between 975 and 1025. The author was an anonymous Anglo-Saxon poet, referred to by scholars as the "Beowulf poet". The full poem survives in the manuscript known as the Nowell Codex, located in the British Library. It has no title in the original manuscript, but has become known by the name of the story's protagonist. In 1731, the manuscript was badly damaged by a fire that swept through Ashburnham House in London that had a collection of medieval manuscripts assembled by Sir Robert Bruce Cotton. Read by: Kara Shallenberg - Chapters 01/02 Karen Savage - Chapter 03 Jim Mowatt - Chapter 04 Peter Yearsley - Chapter 05 Cynthia Lyons - Chapter 06 Denny Sayers - Chapter 07 Kirsten Ferreri - Chapter 08 Visit: http://librivox.org/ This is a Librivox recording. All Librivox recordings are in the public domain.
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Beowulf Religion
 
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This video is about Religion in Beowulf.
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Beowulf's Story Mini Album Full YouTube Stream!
 
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BHS Senior Project: The BEOWULF Movie Trailer
 
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We were given a choice to represent a story we had done in our Senior Year in the medium of our choice. Beowulf is a popular story to do a project on at BHS. However, we decided to set the bar for future generations by making the most in-depth experience of Beowulf to date. This is the trailer for the movie we have made. Full movie is available now.
Views: 771 ChronoMusha
Beowulf Audiobook | The Story of Beowulf | Audiobooks Full Length
 
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00:00:00 Section 1. 00:16:45 Section 2. 00:34:37 Section 3. 00:48:14 Section 4. 01:06:43 Section 5. 01:32:22 Section 6. 02:04:00 Section 7. 02:38:23 Section 8. Beowulf is an Old English epic poem consisting of 3,182 alliterative lines. It may be the oldest surviving long poem in Old English and is commonly cited as one of the most important works of Old English literature. A date of composition is a matter of contention among scholars; the only certain dating pertains to the manuscript, which was produced between 975 and 1025. The author was an anonymous Anglo-Saxon poet, referred to by scholars as the "Beowulf poet". The poem is set in Scandinavia. Beowulf, a hero of the Geats, comes to the aid of Hrothgar, the king of the Danes, whose mead hall in Heorot has been under attack by a monster known as Grendel. After Beowulf slays him, Grendel's mother attacks the hall and is then also defeated. Victorious, Beowulf goes home to Geatland (Götaland in modern Sweden) and later becomes king of the Geats. After a period of fifty years has passed, Beowulf defeats a dragon, but is fatally wounded in the battle. After his death, his attendants cremate his body and erect a tower on a headland in his memory. Subscribe! New videos every week. ► https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCuGmRvHEsHcZMPhysPA99aw
Views: 43 Mind & Soul
Beowulf Part 5
 
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Fresh OUt Crew's Beowulf Part 5 of 5. Bloopers.
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Kimdrick Lamar & Emilly-Rock - BEOWULF [Official Video]
 
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→AHHHH THIS IS SO CRINGY!! SOMEONE SHOULD MAKE A LYRIC VIDEO! →If you liked that video make sure you smash the thumbs up button →Join the #iAmFanArmy: https://goo.gl/c5x7N4 →Keep Up To Date: www.twitter.com/Kim_The_Turtle Snapchat: internetgeek YouNow: younow.com/Kim_The_Turtle →Lyrics: Grendel, Grendel Grendel, Grendel, Grendel, Grendel, Grendel He said to keep the music down He killed our men and tortured our land Warriors drew their swords They didn’t leave a mark One on one-pause-battle Between beowulf and grendel Grendel stunned from the grip Grendel terrified, and runnin’ One on one-pause-battle Again beowulf and grendel Beowulf, wrestling Rattling, walls You thought I’d lose this battle I mounted your arm in Heorot And that was the death of Grendel I hope my clan understands me Hey Mother, Mother Mother, Mother, Mother, Mother Mother, Mother, Mother, Mother…. Next up was his mother Thought she sensed me pause in her lair But with my chain armor She couldn’t touch me, if she tried Whole bunch of armor Mother and sea nasties attacking him Unferth’s sword not working Oh geez, Beowulf is slowly losing it Gang up pause battle Between Beowulf and mother Found a sword, a giant one Once again, another is faced with death Head of the monster to share with all Geats happy, they come and unfasten his armour Satisfied, happier than anything Go Beowulf, never forget the hero Dragon, Dragon Dragon, Dragon, Dragon, Dragon, Dragon…. I had one battle Threw my sword into the dragon Through his really thick scales I didn't have the strength to do it One-on-one pause battle Between beowulf and dragon His only advantage was blood It was poison it killed me One on one battle Between beowulf and dragon My homie, Wiglaf Showed his, loyalty The blood of the dragon still killed me Those were the three battles i fought Even though i only lost one I hope my clan understands me Beowulf, Beowulf Beowulf, Beowulf, Beowulf, Beowulf, Beowulf →Thanks For Watching!
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