Post a Comment. Sir Walter Raleigh's First Journey to El Dorado El Dorado, the legendary lost city of gold rumored to be somewhere in the unexplored interior of South America, claimed many victims as thousands of Europeans braved flooded rivers, frosty highlands, endless plains and steamy jungles in the vain search for gold. The most well-known of the obsessed men who searched for it, however, must be Sir Walter Raleigh, the legendary Elizabethan courtier who made two trips to South America to search for it. The supposed location of the lost city changed frequently as dozens of expeditions failed to find it.
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Both Beowulf and Everyman depicts the correct way of living, and propaganda is used extensively throughout both works of literature. God gives strength and kindness to those who live rightfully and good deeds and humility are praised as important keys in the journey towards heaven. Both Beowulf and Everyman accept their death through their own separate journeys. Though Eve-ryman comes to terms with it much later than Beowulf. In the morality play death is used as an allegorical figure to help Everyman on his way to redemption.