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Evan Harward English 121 09/27/09 Beowulf First let me start off by saying, I am tired of reading about all of the epic tales; they are the same storylines, just different characters. Now let me say the epic tale of Beowulf is one of my personal favorites. The qualms between Grendal and Beowulf are nothing short of spectacular. One instant I will never fully understand, now matter how many times it is explained to me, why does Beowulf fight Grendal naked? I feel sorry for Grendal for having to deal with a naked indestructible man. I thought it to be very sly of Grendal’s mother to seduce and sleep with Beowulf
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Unformatted text preview: and eventually burying a child from it. The child ended up being a mix between Beowulf and Grendal; does Grendal’s mother ever actually love Beowulf? Or vise versa? The actions that Beowulf does perform are a lot more intense than any other of the epic quests. That is why I enjoy reading Beowulf more than any other of these tales. It has a fun twist to the plot with Beowulf burring a child with Grendal’s mother, being an indestructible man and show him as an older king dealing with dangers still....
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