The monster was hoping to make Victor as miserable as himself, so he decides to kill William since he is related to Victor. And Zeus revenge toward Prometheus was to connect him to the highest of Mount Caucasus and send an eagle every day to eat his organs. Even though the monster sought out revenge he felt lonely so he asked Victor to make him a female because he wanted to feel something special which is love. The monster often dreamt of companionship and love of his creator, but he also feels deep bitterness because he has been abandoned by his own god. The Monsters bitterness desires him to make Victor as alone as possible that’s why he kills all of his loved ones.
She commanded her father to let the bull of heaven free to wreak havoc amongst Gilgamesh. Gilgamesh, along with his friend Enkidu, goes into battle against the bull and end up slaying the beast. Enkidu was then punished for slaying of the bull. He suffered for 12 days, then later died. After his death, Gilgamesh then realized that death would be slowly approaching him.
One day, Set transformed himself into a vicious monster and attacked Osiris, killing him. Set then cut Osiris into pieces and distributed them throughout the length and breadth of Egypt. With Osiris dead, Set became king of Egypt, with his sister Nepthys as his wife. Nepthys, however, felt sorry for her sister Isis,
When the boys are dancing and chanting around the bonfire, they mistake Simon for the beast and brutally kill him with “no words…but the tearing of teeth and claws. In all the excitement at the bonfire, the boys show that they have become undomesticated since when they first got to the island. Their obsession with the beast has led to development of animal-like instincts, causing them to react in violent behavior in order to protect themselves. Lastly, the third death in the novel is heartless and intentional murder, proving that the boys have lost all sense of sympathy and have turned to killing to maintain power over each other. After Roger pushes Piggy down the mountain knocking Piggy to his death, Jack steps forward and begins “screaming wildly” and warns Ralph that if he doesn’t join his tribe, that “that’s what [he’ll] get”.
The Epic of Gilgamesh, as the title suggests, revolves around Gilgamesh; the ruler of Uruk, the shepherd of its people and a force that is revered as much as it is feared. Despite being the king, Gilgamesh has the uncanny habit of raping Uruk’s woman. Even more unfortunate for the gentle citizens of Uruk, no man, beast or god could seem to stand up against the epic strength that is Gilgamesh. Finally after extensive pleas the divine beings, which are evidently present in the epic; decide to aid the citizens, and to do so they create a counter force, a being equal in might but supreme in his principles. Enkidu the savour of Uruk, the man of beasts, an entity so distant from Gilgamesh and yet so parallel to him.
The two started a moment, and the truth was open to each. Regin snatched at his belt for a dagger and leapt at the young man, who sprang up and away, fumbling for his sword (Coolidge 1057). Since Kreon yearns for respect so badly that he tries to kill his own niece and that my friend starts the domino effect of bad luck. His son attempted to kill him and then after failing to kill him, his son commits suicide, his wife commits suicide, his niece dies and then of top of all that the people of his city hate him. Sigurd ends up killing the dragon and after killing the dragon he starts to roast the dragon’s heart which is filled with knowledge.
Along with Piggy’s death is the destruction of the conch. This symbolized that law and order has ended. Roger’s actions further proved to the readers that he has become a savage. After Piggy’s death, Jack forces Samneric to join his tribe. Roger tortured them until they finally gave in.
Eddie was driven by Jealousy after Peter took is girl and his job Eddie went to a church to ask for a favor and basically sold his soul to the devil. Since the symbiotic ifs attracted by jealousy and hate the symbiotic was completely attracted to Eddie, but extend of fighting the symbiotic he exted embraced it letting the symbiote completely take over his whole body becoming Venom to destroy his enemy Peter Parker and Spiderman Eddie was so driven by his hatred and jealousy of them that he had given his life for it. The last character that was compelled by the duality of man was Flint Marko (Sandman). Flint Marko wasn’t affected as much as every other character but still affected. Flint Marko was driven by desperation to save his daughter extend of jealousy or hatred such as everyone else, before leaving the his house after seeing his daughter Flint said “Im not a badperson just had bad luck” .
Grendel is described as being completely inhuman, a ferocious beast that has no capacity to think or act rationally, and is instead driven to destroy and feed on human flesh. When introducing the ravenous demon, the poem states, “Grendel was the name of the grim demon haunting the marches…he had dwelt for a time in misery among the banished monsters, Cain’s clan, whom the Creator had outlawed and condemned as outcasts. For the killing of Abel….” It is no wonder then that the Christian scribes had this disgusting creature symbolically descend from Cain, the first murderer on Earth. And while Adam and Eve are the first sinners, thus passing on the sin to their offspring as well as to the thousands of generations to come, Cain was the first to sin on his own, murdering his own brother in cold blood due to an act of jealousy. Grendel’s blood is completely tainted with Cain’s sin, as well as his own, thus symbolizing all that is evil in this world.
Odd enough in Beowulf he fights three demons or monsters. This would imply that Beowulf is Jesus. Now if Grendel is all power he must be the anti Christ, and Grendel mother would be the opposite of God the Father, and finally the Dragon would have to be the unhallowed spirit. Rev 20:10 “The devil, who deceived them, was cast into the lake of fire and brimstone where the beast and the false prophet are. And they will be tormented day and night forever and ever.” In the book Beowulf we could relate this passage to Grendel’s mother being killed in her cave, which Beowulf swam through three days through and died