The Theme Of Revenge In Beowulf

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it was felt that the airline had lost ten times the amount of jet fuel as the ticket. Even though most of the monsters were unable to get revenge on Beowulf, all of them were okay with that since the goal was the going out fighting with a purpose. As Bryce Nelson, the author of Revenge: Sweet, Universal and Self-Destructive: [Home Edition] wrote, “the adult who desires revenge is often aware that he may get himself killed, land in jail or hurt the lives of people he cares about while trying to obtain satisfaction” (Nelson 1). This is the case for the monsters since all of them realize that by trying to get revenge it could end up as death for them. All of these three main monsters thought that human nature would be to try and get equal with
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