Then that night Beowulf was awake, eager to meet with Grendel. Grendel comes in Herot and attacks people again, and fights with Beowulf. Beowulf rips Grendel’s arm off, and Grendel dies afterwards while talking with his mom. Next, the young hero resolved to kill Grendel’s mom. Unferth gives Hrothgar’s famous old sword, Hrunting to Beowulf in the text and in the movie.
(The Ninja squad tries to block the blast but gets shock down) Blitz: F U C K Kevin: Nnnnnoooooo Pr Josh: Damn it (At the ground) Colin: How did Josh come back to life? Adam: Kevin always told me a revival jutsu Bw clan: Oh David: No time for that !!!!!!! Daz: Right..... Sean, Kain get out of there now Kain and Sean: Huh? (They look up) Kain and Sean: OH S H I T !!!!! (In the sky) Wolfy: I gotta stop that blast (Wolfy rushes down) Samurai: *laughing* time to die you filthy dog..... "RAIL GUN!!!!!!"
He is finally able to make meaningful use of his heroic abilities when he gets the call for adventure. The first call is made evident when Beowulf hears of the troubles in the hall of Heorot in Denmark. An angry beast by the name Grendel has been entering the hall in the middle of the night and taking the lives of many men. The hero’s acceptance to this adventure is purely willingly because Hrothgar, the king of Denmark, once did a favor for Beowulf’s father. The second call for adventure comes from Grendel’s mother who is seeking revenge for the death of her son.
To prevent a future problem. After the drunk giant passed out the men heat up a wooden and stab it into the eye of the giant who begins to scream in pain. When the courious neighbors came to see what was going on only thing they here is “Nobody`s killing me”. Disguising there self with the sheep they slightly made it out the cave. The Cyclops would let the sheep out every morning and they left with them.
Susie’s dad smashes all of his ships that he made when he finds out Susie died. Mr. Harvey leaves before anyone can find him. Susie is with the same people in heaven in both the movie and book. Differences: In the movie Susie was just murdered, but in the book she was murdered and raped. Susie’s dad has a heart attack at the end of the book.
In chapter 15, the monster attempts to tell his story to a blind man in hopes that the man see’s him not as a hideous monster. Unfortunately two other men come back to the cottage only to chase the monster away. In the wake of the monsters rejection he swears revenge on his creator and all human beings. He starts to make his journey towards Geneva when he spots a young girl, who he thought was alone, drowning. In another attempt to be seen not a monster, he saves the girl, only to be shot at by a man.
The almighty kept the demons out, but soon split into different forms of evil. The evil opposed the Lora’s will and Defeated again and again. Later, Grendel and Herot had a conversation about what the warrior’s next move was going to be. He found them sound asleep and suspected nothing. The monsters soon slipped though the door and silently killed thirty men and ran with there bodies while the was dripping.
Sing!” (Gardner, 171) Instead of killing Grendel immediately for what trouble he has caused to Hrothgar, he decides to embarrass him and torture him because he was given the upper hand. This part of the novel probably makes the reader feel sorry for Grendel, because the excessive force Beowulf was using on him. The way Beowulf handled the situation in the novel, suggest to the reader that he is indeed not a hero. Excessive force can be seen when Grendel says, “And the bleeding sinews deep in his shoulder snapped, muscle and bone split and broke. The battle was over, Beowulf had been granted new glory: Grendel escaped, but wounded as he was could flee to his den, his miserable hole at the bottom of the marsh, only to die, to wait for the end” (Raffel, 50).
Beowulf came from his land to the land of the Danes to help Hrothgar defeat Grendel. He came unarmed without his sword because he knew that swords had not killed Grendel before. The evening that Beowulf arrived, he waited for Grendel. Grendel came late that night and Beowulf approached him saying, “Grendel, I am Beowulf and not afraid of you! I have come to kill you!” Grendel began to attack everyone in his way, eating them, and crunching their bones one by one.
One of her quotes read that “Grendel escaped, but wounded as he could flee to his den, his miserable hole at the bottom of the mnarsh, only to die, to wait for the end”. Her revenge for the murder of her son is first observed when she invades Heorot. Grendel’s mother is not just a monster, she is a mother who has human-like characteristics due to the fact that she is sad that her son was killed by the men. “Roared out a battle cry, a cry so loud and clear that it reached through the.....hung in the dragon’s ear. The beast rose, angry knowing that a man had come”.