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DJ Hudson The Fearless Beowulf Fear is a painful emotion excited by the expectation of evil In Beowulf translated by Charles W Kennedy fear is not an option or emotion nor does it even exist for the hero The hero Beowulf is also given strength equivalent to thirty men These things are demonstrated in the tale of the most celebrated hero of Anglo-Saxon times Beowulf A man of which people loved and respected throughout the entire region where he lived He made the people feel that they had someone to rely on through times in which failure seemed unavoidable Beowulf from the epic poem Beowulf is an extremely courageous hero and confronts his many difficult battles without fear Danger is confronted in every situation Beowulf faced but he never considered fighting for what he felt was right no matter the cost Beowulf showed his people that he was the person they could count on in times of trouble There was a beast named Grendel that terrorizes the kingdom which Hrothgar rules Beowulf wants to show that he is a hero and he also is fatalistic which means that he believes in his battles if he dies or not he was meant to that was his fate This leads to along with the fact that a great mead-hall wasnt being used due to this monster Beowulf setting foot to rid the Danes of this problem Beowulfs first sign of unmatchable courage comes in the fight with Grendel Grendel is a large monster capable of snatching thirty men with a swoop of a hand He is a giant whose superhuman strength and size is unmatched Grendel has no fear whatsoever and he is merciless towards his victims Beowulf sits awake in the mead-hall waiting for Grendel to strike He has no fear and believes victory is in his favor Beowulfs men lie sleeping around Beowulf Grendel enters the hall killing when he arrives The demon delayed
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