Beowulf

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Tennis Ball How is a tennis ball like Beowulf? Drop a tennis ball, observe, and tell me what does it do? Of course it bounces, but if watch closely and see how it bounces every time you will notice a change. You will see that every time it hits the ground and goes back up in the air the maximum height decreases. In the end the ball will always end up on the ground and no longer be bouncing.

"The best among you brings back alive" p 10. Beowulf starts this poem off as an all mighty and powerful warrior that no one has overcome. As the story continues Beowulf becomes weaker threw out every battle and wins be a lesser margin then the one before it. "He soon discovered that his bright sword edge could not bite that flesh strike to that life-that strong treasure-sword failed him at need.

This prime example shows how his almighty sword, which is a main part of his battle strength, fails him in a time of need. At the end of the poem he and that is the equivalent to the ball stopping. Tennis Ball How is a tennis ball like Beowulf? Drop a tennis ball, observe, and tell me what does it do? Of course it bounces, but if watch closely and see how it bounces every time you will notice a change. You will see that every time it hits the ground and goes back up in the air the maximum height decreases. In the end the ball will always end up on the ground and no longer be bouncing.

"The best among you brings back alive" p 10. Beowulf starts this poem off as an all mighty and powerful warrior that no one has overcome. As the story continues Beowulf becomes weaker threw out every battle and wins be a lesser margin then the one before it. "He soon discovered that his bright sword edge could not bite that flesh strike to that life-that strong treasure-sword failed him at need. This prime example shows how his almighty sword, which is a main part of his battle strength, fails him in a time of need. At the end of the poem he and that is the equivalent to the ball stopping. Tennis Ball How is a tennis ball like Beowulf? Drop a tennis ball, observe, and tell me what does it do? Of course it bounces, but if watch closely and see how it bounces every time you will notice a change. You will see that every time it hits the ground and goes back up in the air the maximum height decreases. In the end the ball will always end up on the ground and no longer be bouncing.

"The best among you brings back alive" p 10. Beowulf starts this poem off as an all mighty and powerful warrior that no one has overcome. As the story continues Beowulf becomes weaker threw out every battle and wins be a lesser margin then the one before it. "He soon discovered that his bright sword edge could not bite that flesh strike to that life-that strong treasure-sword failed him at need. This prime example shows how his almighty sword, which is a main part of his battle strength, fails him in a time of need. At the end of the poem he and that is the equivalent to the ball stopping.



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