(Guardian). Therefore the factor of symbolism is much less than that of Beowulf¶s on theaccount of realism and deep contacts with the fans (Commanderbond).In conclusion, I believe that the story of Beowulf has drawn inspiration for current stories of heroism such as the story of James Bond. While there is much similarty between the both, thedifference that makes Beowulf hold its popularity for ages to come is the detailed symbolism thatmakes it relate for any generation of people it may encounter (associatedcontent). These storiesand symbols will always exist in our history as long as we fancy who are wanted by women andcan establish acts of heroism and courage that we find astonishing.Sources"Myths and Legends of the World."
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