The Way in Which Sundiata and Beowulf Present Heroism

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The writer compares and contrasts the Old English poem Beowulf with Sundiata, which is an African epic. The writer argues that while both Beowulf and Sundiata can be seen as heroes, they are very different, because Sundiata's foremost concern is his people while Beowulf wants to win glory for himself. The paper is five pages long and has four sources listed in the bibliography.