Daily Question—9/8

“There was another chapter. An avenger lay in wait, counting sworded seconds until the latest hour, her heart full of hatred. Grendel’s mother, warrior woman, outlaw, meditated on misery. “(59) What does the image of a scorned, vengeful, demonic mother add to the poem? How might her actions influence the rest of the poem?

Daily Question—9/6

In the Beowulf reading by Miz Cracker, they read ”privilege is the way men prime power, the world over.” What does this assume about privilege? What does this assume about the world around us? Does this assumption change if we replace the word privilege with synonymous words such as status, money, assets, etc.?