He WILL kill Grendel! “I AM BEOWULF” screamed the almighty leader. Finally the land of Denmark was going to be saved. No man had ever defeated the brutal monster Grendel. Grendel ripped people up, ate them, tore bodies apart and terrorized many.
(line 472-473) Then Beowulf saw Grendel’s mother, who he described as the mighty water witch, then his took out his sword and straight it to the her. (line 474-478) Beowulf then realized that his sword could not hurt Grendel’s mother. (line 478-481) Grendel’s mother clawed at Beowulf and bit a holes in his helmet. (line 481-485) However, Beowulf came here for fame, so he leaped back into battle. (line 485-487) Beowulf dropped his sword aside with angry.
Section1 & 2 In the beginning, a furious and crazy dictating monster was heard growling impatiently. Everyday music was playing about “The ancient beginnings of us all” (Raffle, 21). Hrothgar’s men lived in a great friendly environment until the mean and Evil monster; Grendel came and haunted the warriors. He was conceiving by a pair of monsters, who were the blame for the death of Abel. The almighty kept the demons out, but soon split into different forms of evil.
It was Good vs. Evil for monsters who tormented the kingdom for years there time was done. King Beowulf was in another battle with the dragon Good vs. Evil where the evil dragon infuriated because some thieves tried to take some of his many treasures he ended there life and the good king Beowulf defeated the Evil dragon. It was Good vs.
After Beowulf slays him, Grendel's mother attacks Herot, seeking revenge for her son. Beowulf battles against the sea witch, eventually slaughtering her as well. Triumphant, Beowulf goes home to Sweden and later becomes king of the Geats. After a period of fifty years has passed, Beowulf fights his last battle
Grendel terrorizes the people of the land, ripping men apart with his brute strength. The epic poem Beowulf tells the story of a warrior who throughout his life overcomes evils. It has many references to Anglo-Saxon ideals of bravery, strength, and courage. For example, Beowulf brashly lists his accomplishments before entering each battle: "But the truth is simple: no man swims in the sea as I can, no strength is a match for mine ¦ other monsters crowded around me, continually attacking. I treated them politely, offering the edge of my razor-sharp sword, (265-294).
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.
After killing one Geat, Grendel tries to attack Beowulf but is “instantly seized himself” (430. 32). Once Grendel is caught he is unable to free himself from Beowulf’s grasp, and Beowulf eventually kills him. After defeating Grendel, he must next kill Grendel’s mother, for she is attacking
marauding round the heath / and desolate fens... [a] grim demon... [descendant from] Cain’s clan” (100-106). When Beowulf and the rest of the Geats approach the water in which Grendel’s mother lives in, “everybody gazed as the hot gore / kept wallowing up and an urgent war-horn / repeated it’s notes: the whole party / sit down to watch. The water was infested / with... writhing sea dragons” (1422-1425). The habitat in which Grendel’s mom lives is a dirty infested swamp. This swamp is not quite the heroic palace and or mead-hall heros like Beowulf live in.
Every night once the Danes went to sleep after their parties, “he [Grendel] came upon them” (Heaney, 11) and “created havoc: greedy and grim, he grabbed thirty men from their resting places and rushed to his lair.” (Heaney, 11). He seeks revenge due to cards he was dealt and he enjoys raiding Heorot because it is the representation of the world of men that he hates He felt incredibly left out due to an event that he did not even commit. He craves revenge due to his emotions. His feelings of sadness isolation and jealousy prompt him to take revenge on the