The very last that can either break or change beowulf. Beowulf goes against the last monster, but this time he is more older he is closer to death. He goes against the dragon that was stealing gold and Beowulf has to fight. He takes his warriors one of the warrior stays Wiglaf. Without the help of the warrior wiglaf they wouldn’t be able to kill the monsters.The last speech was Beowulf is going to die because he got bitten by the dragon.
Age has gotten the best of him, but nevertheless he wants to fight. Finally, he gives his last formal boast in the mead hall saying, “In boyhood I braved bitter clashes; still in old age I would seek out strife and gain glory guarding my folk if the man-bane comes from his cave to meet me” (3. 2212-2215). Rash and unflinching, he leaves to go and conquer the dragon. When he leaves he takes weapons, but they cannot save him.
As the warrior’s all think he is dead after seeing blood arise to the surface after many hours, they come to find out that Beowulf was victorious in the battle. As Beowulf’s final fight in the epic he is faced with a dragon on his own land. The dragon was used to represent a serpent of Satan’s whom is a liar and thief. Beowulf fights a long battle with the help of Wiglaf, and finally defeats the dragon. He is killed by a stab to the side after many slashes already occurred.
Beowulf then goes in and begins fighting the dragon. As Beowulf sensed and how the story of the archetypal hero goes, Beowulf is fatally wounded by the dragon. Beowulf is helped by his trusted soldier Wiglaf and the dragon is defeated. Beowulf asks Wiglaf to get the treasures and show them to him before he dies. Wiglaf gets the treasures and shows them to Beowulf.
Grendel was known to have attacked innocent soldiers, however; Beowulf attacks, and kills Grendel whereas, his mother will soon take out revenge on his killer. Grendel who is the monster, hated to see the men celebrate their joy after winning victories. In Return, it made Grendel Upset in the movie and textbook when he discovered the men celebrating he goes into the hall once they all were asleep and attacked him. It upsets the Danes that he had killed their men. Beowulf then heard the news and gathered his strongest men to attack Grendel.
This is his final act of comitatus shows how committed he was because it the text it stated, “No coward could have walked ther!” (2541) When he goes to fight the dragon he ends up being all alone and is killed while fighting it. His people had rewarded him by letting him lead the kingdom so now he fought bravely for them. If he had retreated and not showed comitatus he would have been exiled the the other warriors. As stated at the end of the story, “Telling their sorrow, telling stories / of their dead king and his greatness, his glory.” (3172) This final stand for Beowulf shows that he has the best comitatus because no other character so as much commitment to anyone else as Beowulf
Yash Shinde Imagine young boys in a state of nature. It could be a disaster and that is what happened in Lord of the Flies. John Locke would not approve what happened on the island because the hunters killed Simon and Piggy, they stole Piggy's glasses and they forced some people into consent. The first reason John Locke would not approve what happened on the island is that they killed Simon and people. For example Jack's group thought Simon was the beast and they killed him and they killed piggy by dropping a big rock on him.
He died saving Hrothgar, the town’s people, and the country. However his death was bad because Beowulf thought the Geats could not survive without him. That is where Wiglaf and his loyalty come in. When Beowulf was fighting the dragon e told all his warriors to get out the cave, because he did not want his warriors to see him get killed. So they all left except one warrior… Wiglaf.
In a different land, a slave stole treasure from a dragon, incurring the wrath and fury when he would awaken. The dragon would roam the lands destroying villages and kingdoms due to the dishonor of being robbed. Eventually, the dragon came across Beowulf's land and destroyed his home and hall, being defenseless against a dragon's fire Beowulf could do nothing. In response to the burning of his land, Beowulf gathered another group of warriors and went to get their revenge. During the battle with the dragon all of his warriors fled save one who fought with him until the end.
When Unferth approached Beowulf and announced that he lost a swimming contest to Breca, Beowulf immediately defended himself and told Unferth what actually happened. According to Beowulf he was in full armor, he was carrying a sword, and fought nine sea monsters on his journey. When he finished the long travel across the sea, he let everyone know that he cleared the sea and made it safe for travel, in an attempt to outshine Breca’s win. In the end, when Beowulf must face the dragon, he chooses to go alone rather than have his kinship assist him. His prideful nature prompts Beowulf to battle the dragon solo thereby securing the fame and glory of the win for himself.
The mother of Grendel had revenge and also made a promise to Beowulf and at the same time Beowulf is so easily tempted by the promises that offered to him. The people of cyld worship and thank him for being their hero until he becomes a king of kingdom of cyld. As the year past he still can fight and still role the kingdom proper and sustain. When the monster attack his kingdom which his son, the dragon try to ruin his kingdom, but because of his friend that help him to fight until the end he
“Grendel’s mother, monstrous hell-bride, brooded on her wrongs” (Beowulf 89). The final evil soul that Beowulf had to conquer; but in fact died from the battle; was the dragon. The dragon symbolizes evil and the devil in many cultures. “Then an old harrower of the dark happened to find the hoard open, the burning one who hunts out barrows, the slick-skinned dragon, threatening the night sky with streamers of fire” (Beowulf 155). The dragon starts attacking the kingdom because a thief sent by his master took a gem-stubbed goblet out of the dragon’s pile of treasure.
On top of that, not only was Drago not persuaded at all, in the matter of facts Hiccup even lost control of his dragon Toothless to Drago’s command. When Toothless lost control of his body, Drago ordered Toothless to kill Hiccup. In that instance Hiccup’s father wrapped him around his arms and sacrificed his life to save Hiccup. That was the consequences he had to face because of his foolishness and
This makes the dragon seethe with rage, and it begins to become more aggressive towards Beowulf. In Beowulf’s shame of an unsuccessful strike against the dragon, he decides he has no other choice than to retreat. As he turns to run, the dragon takes one more deep breath and blasts Beowulf with a fire so huge, he was thrown against the barrow wall. The smell of burning