Grendel's Glory Day In The Epic Of Beowulf

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Beowulf were happy successful kings for many years and the people loved him he were his peoples protectors they relied on him when the winters nights were cold he would recall his adventures once he said I was a young warrior who could defeat anyone imagines me then a strong athletic arrogant heroes these was the stories he would tell the killing of the sea monster the battle with the Grendel the fight with Grendel’s mother he loved to tell tales those were his glory day as he got older his people began to forget his many youthful exploit they saw him as an old man few peoples could imagine that he were ever a mighty fighter he seemed so frail then one day a terrible event took place from nowhere a dragon appeared the dragon 's breath was fire

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