Beowulf: Difference Between Good And Evil

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In the first place, they are many themes in Beowulf that best displays the difference between how Beowulf is depicted as opposed to how other characters are depicted which is good prosper over evil. Grendel is a sadistic monster, he is relentless. In the poem it stated that “he would kill and eat thirty people”. Every night grendel slaughters more danes and feed on their corpses after tearing them limb by limb. He is also jealous and impatient. He is jealous about the songs of praises that was sung by people, because God cursed his descendant cain curse fell upon him. He also could not feel the love of God which made him feel neglected. The Danes suffer many years of fear, danger, and death at the hands of Grendel. Eventually, however,

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