Beowulf: Monster Vs. Inner Man

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Doing what your mind is thinking, it probably has somewhat part of why it's monster on the outside is doing what it's doing. It may or may not have an impact, monster vs Inner man both have the same somewhat affect on what is going on. Beowulf has many examples of monster vs inner man, I will be comparing monster vs Inner man. Many examples from the story Beowulf will be included into my main points. Inner man can affect what your actions are doing on the outside. If you act like a monster on the outside, you could be doing something that a monster is doing and your mind could be telling what it wants your actions to do. When Beowulf had to fight Grendel, and the dragon, he had to be a monster to defeat them. Grendel has been terrorizing Beowulf’s people and he's not happy with the monster Grendel. Beowulf decides he needs to defeat Grendel and prepares to fight Grendel and says, “I swam/in the blackness of night, hunting monsters/out of the ocean, and killing them one by one.” (Line 130-134l).…show more content…
It could actually be monster on the inside. In the story Beowulf, Beowulf was not an monster on the outside nor the inside. Beowulf turned into a monster on the outside while fighting Grendel, and the dragon. He got severely hurt fighting the dragon. But after he and Grendel got in a fight he defeated Grendel and what was inside Grendel was treasure. Beowulf never took any of the treasures, he decided to leave the treasure for the people who lived there. Beowulf is not a monster at all, he is saving his people and kingdom from monsters like Grendel from killing Beowulf peoples. Beowulf leaves the treasure and it shows that he is not a monster on the outside not the
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