He left his land to go help Hrothgar at the mead hall. Beowulf then waited till the monster (Grendel) comes to attack at night again so he could fight and try to kill him, but he fatally wounds Grendel and later he did die. Another trial was when Grendel’s mother and Beowulf fought, and then killed her as well. He came back to Hrothgar’s mead hall with the trophy of Grendel’s head along with the arm that he already previously had. Beowulf got praised for the mighty battle and saving the rest of Hrothgar’s men.
The movie Beowulf is about the story of a man who saves the day in the town of Herot that takes place around 700-1000 CE. Many different elements went into making this film such as camera angles, actors, costumes, and sets. In the movie, Herot is in a time of misery because an evil creature named Grendel is coming to the town at night and killing the kings’ army. Hrothgar, the king, is tired of this monster coming and ruining his home, so he calls for Beowulf, who is known for being a warrior, to come and defeat Grendel. Beowulf comes to Herot with some of his army and waits in the town hall for Grendel to come.
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.
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One day he tricked the blind god Höder to kill the god Balder with an arrow made of mistletoe, the only thing that could kill him. Since Balder was loved by many gods Loki was punished gravely for his crime. After killing Balder he tried to escape disguising himself as a salmon, however Thor found him hiding in a river. Here Winge has painted his punishment where the gods took him to a cave, there they called upon Loki’s sons Vale and Narve, whom they turned into a wolf.
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Grendel 's mother however put up a fight for Beowulf, Grendel 's mother came for revenge against Beowulf killing her son. Beowulf cut her neck off with the giant sword that only he could lift, everyone else was too weak. Beowulf 's last battle was against the mighty dragon,
Charles Scott Moncrieff’s translation of Beowulf is more linguistically similar to the original text than interpretive of that text which indicates a formal equivalence philosophy. Moncrieff’s translation uses literal translations of the original language, and mirrors the structure and layout of the original text. The first line of Moncrieff’s translation, “Then came from the moor / under misty slopes,” appears to be an exact translation of the original first line. Also illustrated in the first line is the similarity of form. Moncrieff’s translation preserves the medial caesura of the original with backslashes.
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.