Where are the Ladies?

Unit 5: Beowulf
Lesson 7 of 12

Objective: SWBAT - identify markers of later, Christian additions made by Beowulf scribe.

Big Idea: Examine the silence of women in the text as well as the Christian voice that may well have been the one to words in Wealhtheow's mouth.

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