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    Beowulf: Member of the Community

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    In the poem, Beowulf, what does it mean to be a member of the community? How is this meaning communicated?

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    Community in this poem is reiterated in terms of demonstrating one's loyalty to others. In Beowulf, family and tribal allegiances are essential and they also formulate one's personal as well as cultural identity. To illustrate, please note how characters are identified as the son of, the wife of, which signify how ...

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    Evidence of how Beowulf embodies communalism is briefly articulated.