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Unformatted text preview: and the people within the hall. Another section where this is evident is found in lines 115-120. The story states that the people were “asleep from their feasting, insensible to pain and human sorrow”. Instances in the past where the out-of-place high school kid committed acts of terrifying proportions (Columbine, Virginia Tech), there has always been pain and sorrow, especially to the family members of the victims. I feel that line 137 is the most compatible to the topic I’ve chosen. It says “Malignant by nature, he never showed remorse”. This is a very powerful line that shows just how guilt free Grendel is. In real life situations this loss of emotion can be felt in serial killers and murderers. If arrested for their crime serial killers appear calm and collected. I’ve only listed a few comparisons here because I have to think about my words precisely. I should have a large number by the 7 th !...
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course LIT 231 taught by Professor Smith during the Fall '07 term at CUNY John Jay.
- Fall '07