Beowulf And The Wife's Lament Comparison

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In the excerpt about Unferth from Beowulf and the poem " The wife's Lament both show a theme of betrayal and anger. Unferth and the wife's feelings have the same feelings but not against each other. Unferth shows hate towards Beowulf a sign of jealousy. Meanwhile the wife shows anger towards her husband. Although they both have hatred they are both isolated from many things like love and friendships. For example, in the poem "The wife's Lament " the wife states " may that young man be sad-minded always hard his heart's thought while he must wear a blithe bearing with care in the breast a crowd of sorrow". ( 42-45) Therefore this quote interprets hate towards her husband because of the exile that she went through with him. On the other

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