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BEOWOLF AND HROSVITHA The selection from Beowulf was the first great poem in English tradition One of the important quote which was at the end of the epic was The gentlest and most gracious of men the kindest to his people and the most desirous of renown I think this is quite interesting if we have to compare the thought of today and thought of the man in the story As like today people are always to be expected to be kind and show love toward each other Specially if this is the president of the country who the men is probably to be the king has to be more thoughtful and think of his people in order to provide them comfortable life Beowulf survived many battles as todays people in the politics who survived in the difficult war decisions or in economic difficulties So we can say that being a good person was not just todays important factor in life but also then it was very important which emphasis as the gentlest and most gracious men In the selection of Hrosvita which was a selection by Abraham has a quote that shows how believing in God was very important The lines by Mary What shall I say How shall I ever repay your kindness You do not force me miserable wretch with threats but exhort me to do penance with kindness The answers by Abraham toward these lines are very important which are I ask nothing of you except that you remain intent upon spending the rest of your life in Gods service I think the lines here are same concept of what would a priest would say today if anybody goes to him and ask him for help for any wrongs he done He would expect him to believe in God and be good What Abraham means here is to serve the Divine will as eagerly as you served worldly
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