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    Character List of The Bluest Eye

    The Bluest Eye by Toni Morrison was published in 1970. The characters in the novel face intense racism and class distinction. Pecola Breedlove Pecola Breedlove is an African black girl of eleven years old who is set as Central character in the novel The Bluest Eye. She is abused for…

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    Character Analysis of Beowulf

    Beowulf is an ancient Anglo-Saxon epic. Here are the discussion on the character analysis of Beowulf. Beowulf Beowulf, the naming hero and protagonist of old English epic poem Beowulf, is a Geatish hero. Beowulf is the son of Ecgtheow but he is raised up by Hygelac who is brother-in-law of…

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    How to use sub4unlock

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    Wealhtheow in Beowulf

    Wealhtheow is an excellent and perfect example of a mediaeval hostess who upholds the social norms of that time and also manifests the status of men publicly in the royal court and mead hall. She is the queen of Spear-Danes and the wife of Hrothgar. She has two sons named…

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    Unferth

    In Beowulf, Unferth represents the issue of envy and provides a glimpse of a poor warrior.Unferth is the son of Ecglaf and a warrior of Spear Danes. He is a follower of Hrothgar and a foil character of Beowulf. When Beowulf comes to Hrothgar to help the Danes, Unferth is…

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    Sigemund in Beowulf

    Sigemund is the son of Wael who is compared to Beowulf for their similarity of courage, fearlessness and intrepidity. Hrothgar’s scopes sing about the tale of undaunted Sigemund who is a norse mythological figure. Legends regarding Sigemund circulate throughout the German speaking region of mediaeval Europe. Sigemund is famous for…

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    Mead Hall in Beowulf

    Hrothgar’s glittering mead hall is known as Heorot and can be called as “the wonder of the world.” Heorot is the largest mead hall in the world and thus it shows the prosperity of the then Anglo-saxon society under Hrothgar’s realm. Hrothgar’s excellent kingly qualities, his might and valor are…

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    Personification in Iliad

    In the Iliad, many objects or even many invisible things have been personified many times. For instance, personification in Iliad occurs in term of sleep ,dream, horses, rivers etc. Firstly, Dream has been personified by Zeus. At the first stage of the story, when Zeus is worried about the way…

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    Fight with the River God in Iliad

    The river god is known as Xanthus by gods and Scamander by men. That means the first name indicates the river god and the second one refers to the river itself. After the death of Patroclus Achilles becomes insanely furious. Achilles kills nearly 20 men out of wrath and anger…