The Role Of Grendel's Murders In Beowulf

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Grendel’s death at the hands of his barbaric challengers produced a revengeful mother, whose only vow is to cause suffering to all those responsible…

They say that a mother's love is stronger than distance, more powerful than time, and can be transcended to the grave. I watched in disgust as those cruel creatures celebrated the wrongful death of my beloved son. Murders are what they are; their crimes are unjust and gruesome, yet they believe they are the hero’s. I don’t recall a time when I thought so highly of myself, that I would celebrate my murder of another. I cannot rip my eyes away from the sight of the dreadful celebration; their smiles are disgusting, they have drank enough mead to feed an entire continent, and they are prancing
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