He has all the money he needs to make sure he can survive and he would steal some from the manger’s office during the war because he needs his family to live. At the beginning of the movie when Paul goes to one of his friends to get supplies and he sees the swords fall out, that shows that there will be something going on in the movie might be a war or people fighting each other. Paul knows a lot of people and he tries to get help from each and every one of them; which he does do it. During the war the most important thing Paul had was money, that’s what everyone wanted. He has secrets for everyone and knows how to make them happy and satisfy the best way he knows how to.
It was Good vs. Evil where a good warrior fights for his glory then later battles for the good of his people by battling evil monsters for there good. As a great warrior and later a king he faces near death. The first battle with Grendel he risked his life, but he did to reach fame for the glory and to prove that he is the mighty Beowulf. The battle with Grendel’s mother he fought for the greater good of the people to stop the terrorizing that they have done for years.
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.
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.
Alexie writes, “He could see his uncles slugging each other with such force that they had to be in love. Strangers would never want to hurt each other that badly” (Alexie 2). The night goes on, in a swirl of fighting, cussing, and heavy drinking as Victor tries to make his way to his parent’s room. Finally, the story ends with everyone in attendance at the party, outside in the snow, fighting, dancing, and having sex. Instead of our “Modern Family” happy ending, where the family end their evening
When Beowulf traveled into the dragon’s lair to fight the beast he took a group of soldiers with him who he thought would be helpful. When the fight between Beowulf and the dragon turned bad all of the warriors except a young soldier by the name of Wiglaf left him to die. Even though Wiglaf was scared he stayed loyal to his king until the very end. Wiglaf showed his loyalty when he said, “I remember how we sat in the mead-hall, drinking and boasting of how brave we’d be when Beowulf needed us, he who gave us these swords and armor: all of us swore to repay him, when the time came, kindness
Beowulf comes to Heorot to get rid of Grendel who attacks every night. Heorot is the meeting place for all of the Danish people. It has two functions, the first is it serves as a seat of government and it is also the residence for the thanes. The hall is a place of celebration, taking oaths and praising the king. If the mood in the hall were joyous all people associated with the hall would be joyous.
The value of their lives was also changed by war. Their identities were lost. As a fellow soldier lies dying, the men around him are forced to care more about obtaining his good boots he won’t need than morn his lost life. In war time orderlies and doctors don’t have time to learn the dying men’s names, but are impatient for the bed that will open up after a death. Paul and the other young men eagerly signed up thinking war would be glorious “only to find [they] were to be trained for heroism as though [they] were circus ponies” (22).
Grant tells Jefferson that he is more of a man that he could ever be, and that we all need him. In Jefferson diary he admits his thoughts. He talks about how it is difficult for him to sleep at night, because all he dreams about is going through the door of his execution. He confesses why he acted the way he did in the beginning to Grant, and Miss Emma, he says it was because no one ever told him that they loved him so he wasn’t sure how to do the same. He confesses that he cries a night because he is scared, and because Grant has been so good to him.
One of the problems was him and his men being trapped in a cave with the Cyclops. When Odysseus stabbed the giant in the eye so they all could escape the cave he needed everyone to help him and be ready when the Cyclops got up (285-290). His act of heroicness and bravery created a better relationship between him and his men, because the men had to trust him to get through it. Another problem was facing the sirens. Odysseus sacrificed his safety so the men could control the ship without falling for the sirens, and dying (745-753).