Examples Of Grendel In Beowulf

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After reading Beowulf, it was very obvious that Grendel is an evil character and has nothing but bad in him. Throughout Beowulf Grendel is not accepted in society and not wanted on any terms, and this upsets him. Grendel is very different than those around him which make things in life difficult. He isn’t accepted because in the peoples eyes Grendel is a killer and kills out of anger and what he holds inside. An example of Grendel killing the innocent people around him is, when Beowulf’s warriors are sleeping Grendel sneaks into the room, attacks the men and tares them to pieces. Throughout the years Grendel has been attacking the innocent people and staying away from the great mead hall where the men gather, sing, and drink. The horrible

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