550 AP U.S. Government & Politics Practice Questions by Princeton Review

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Page 17 Ohthere (Oht' herra) Swedish prince; Ongentheow's son and father of Eanmund and Eadgils. He is the elder brother of Onela. Ongentheow (On' gen thay o) Swedish king; father of Ohthere and Onela. Rescues his wife from Haethcyn; slays Haethcyn. Attacks Geats at Ravenswood when Hygelac falls. Onela Ongentheow's son; slain by Beowulf and Eadgils in revenge for his invading the Geats. Monsters Grendel The monster who threatens Hrothgar's kingdom. Beowulf kills him. Grendel's Dam (mother) Grendel's hag-like mother; sometimes called a Troll-wife.

Beowulf then speaks for the Geatish king, Hygelac, for he knows that his king would concur: if Hrethric, Hrothgar's son, should ever visit the Geatish court, he will be treated with honor. Hrothgar praises Beowulf's wisdom and states that surely it is God-given; he says that if Hrethel's son Hygelac were ever taken in battle, the Geats could choose no better leader than Beowulf. ) Hrothgar recognizes that the bond which Beowulf has sealed with the Danes can never be broken; Beowulf has insured a lasting peace between the Danes and the Geats.

Beowulf's prowess during his adventure-and-testing period proves that he has great strength; now he must use that strength to cleanse Hrothgar's court of Grendel's violence. Beowulf goes to the Danes not Page 39 in a cavalier fashion, but because of a great generosity of spirit. As a young man, Beowulf manifests a fast adherence to heroic ideals. He is virtuous, loyal to his lord, honest with others and with himself. He is high-minded; he faces danger courageously, and although he follows the Nordic-Germanic code of heroism, he is as close to being a Christian man as any pagan can be.

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