The alliteration is "In the darkness, of the darkest dark place" because the word dark is written 3 times.
"Snap!" is the onomatopoeia.
The similies are "Like a bear" and "like a sword through his heart".
The main character is Beowulf, and is also the protagonist.
The arch-enemy is Grendel because he is in conflict with Beowulf, the protagonist.
The imageries are "the victors tasted the delicious turkey", "The chewing sounded like a herd of wild animals" and "In the hall, they could smell the drunk and joyful atmosphere"becaus those imageries permit the reader to have an idea, image of whats going on.
In this poem, the theme (the battle of good versus evil) is expressed and is consistent with Nye's epic because it is expressed and consistent with Nye's epic.
The symbols are "the white horse with the black mane" and "He thought of Grendel a beautiful beast" because everything is a mixture of good and evil.
The direct characterization is "Beowulf was short and wise" because it describes Beowulf.
The indirect characterization is "Beowulf screamed for Grendel" because it describes the courage of beowulf.
In this poem, it is an all-knowing person point of view because we know what each character is thinking.
The setting is "In the land of the Danes, After the wars and pain". It describes the time and place.
The vocabulary words are "fen", "pandemonium", "mortal", "corselet" and "horizon".
The explanation of the conflict is "The battle in this part between Grendel and Beowulf generated lots of hype, proving that the conflict in this part was an external type" because they ar fighting each other.
"Beowulf : A New Rhyme" is the title of the poem because we dont want to put the same as the storys.