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The epic poem Beowulf describes the noblest king of the Anglo-Saxon times Beowulf Beowulf is a man who demonstrates all the good qualities of a king this can be seen by just looking at what he has accomplished Beowulf is a man who was loyal powerful and charitable Beowulf was loyal to his promises and his country When he decides to kill Grendel for King Hrothgar he doesnt back down even after the stories hes heard After he has killed him the Danes still need him so he kills Grendels mother He was very dedicated to what he did and he never gave up We crossed the sea to come here it is time to return to go back to our beloved lord Higlac 1818-1820 After he has killed the monsters and earned glory he knows he must go back to his country because that is where he belongs and who he represents Towards the end he proves his love for the Geats when he faced the fire-blowing dragon Deep down he knows this will be his last fight but he does it for the good of his countryA noble king has also got to be powerful something which he proves by killing numerous times Beowulf is strong enough to kill Grendel who has been terrorizing the Danes for a long time by using only his hands and ripping off Grendels arm Defeating Grendel he shows that a man without armor and weapons can defeat evil in any form When Beowulf is fighting Grendels mother who is seeking revenge on her sons death he is able to slay her by slashing her neck with a sword that can only be lifted by a person as strong as Beowulf When Beowulf fights the fire- blowing dragon he knows this will most likely be his last battle nevertheless he doesnt give up With a little help from his cousin he kills it And Beowulf drew his battle-sharp
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