CHAPTER 6 - Grendel

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Discipline:
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Subject:
Reading Comprehension
Grade:
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CHAPTER 6 - Grendel

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VIRGO

CHAPTER 6

Diego EscuderoAP Lit11/11/2015

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FIGURE

DEMETER

Crossed M represents crossed legs of a virgin...

-Honor-Determination-Challenge and promise

He was crying, only a boy, famous hero or not: a poor miserable virgin. (85)

Heroic Values

“I had hung between the possibilities before, between the cold truths I knew and the heart-sucking conjuring tricks of the Shaper; now that was passed: I was Grendel, Ruiner of Mead halls, Wrecker of Kings!” (80)

Origin of the SeasonsGreek Mythology

Main Ideas:-Hope and heroism are for fools-Rebirth

-Born to serve-Methodical and efficient-Modest and humanitarian-Critical and exacting

-Cope in the face of adversity.-Work, serve, train to eliminate bad habits.-Heal, become strong.-Reach maximum potential.

Sixth House of Health

Rebirth

Philosophical Attitude

-Nihilism-Pessimism-Ethical egoism

-Sense oppression and exploitation in our world.-Suggest a life filled with anguish, but not in a direct manner.

Grendel/Sartre

"The Shaper talked of... how they were the richest, most powerful on earth, how here and here alone in all the world men were free and heroes were brave and virgins were virgins”(77)

Grendel/Virgo

The achievements and prosperity described by the Shaper embody Virgo’s values, and this makes Grendel feel deep repulsion towards humans since they believe everything they are told.

THESIS

Existentialism


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