Analysis of Beowulf - killing Grendel and Grendel's mother...

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Analysis of Beowulf In Beowulf , Beowulf has proven to be a great Geatish hero. Beowulf is a man of his words. When Beowulf says he'll do something, he'll do it even if it kills him. Beowulf travelled across the sea to Denmark to help kill the fiend that has been attacking the Hrothgar Kingdom at night. Beowulf seems fearless to be fighting something as demonic as Grendel and Grendel's mother. Beowulf is unwilling to back down from any battle because he wants to save people from any known evil and he also wants to make himself known as a hero. Beowulf is willing to risk his own life by fighting the fiends so that he could save the whole Hrothgar Kingdom. Beowulf proves just how brave he is by
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Unformatted text preview: killing Grendel and Grendel's mother. Beowulf's enemy, Grendel's mother, seems to be more demonic than Grendel himself. Grendel's mother has come to the Hrothgar Kingdom to avenge her son's death. Beowulf tries to kill Grendel's mother with his war-sword, but it doesn't seem to be doing any damage to her. At last, Beowulf notices a mighty sword that is able to use kill Grendel's mother. . Beowulf has made King Hrothgar very proud and has saved his kingdom. King Hrothgar becomes like a father to Beowulf....
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This note was uploaded on 01/05/2011 for the course ENG 30322 taught by Professor Pankop during the Spring '10 term at Eastern Michigan University.

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