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Summary of Beowulfs Journey to Heroism1 Beowulf hears about the on going problems with Grendel and sets out that very night with the best of his men to come and defeat the one known as Grendel 2 Beowulf spends days fighting threw the traitorous acts of the sea to aide us during Grendels Relm over the hall 3 Beowulf loses one of his men when Grendel enters the hall There Beowulf and Grendel fight During the fight Beowulf rips Grendels arm from the shoulder down right off his body Horrified and in grave pain Grendel escapes and goes off to his den to die4 During the battle Beowulf struggles with enormous strength to break free of the embrassement between the two as they engage while fighting 5 After the conquering of Grendel Beowulf is noticed all over the world for defeating but once again another monster As always fighting with honor and dignity towards his opponent Never fighting with an unfair advantage 6 Beowulf will now return to his homeland and settle down as king Knowingly he is becoming weaker and seeing himself as being mortal However he is still looked upon as a great warrior7 After many years of living in peace and not having any monsters to fight Beowulf feels his time has past and will no longer fight unless his fate tells him otherwise 8 After living for many years in peace and having no monsters to fight Beowulf feel he has done what his fate has had planned for him He now feels at one with himself as well as the rest of the world Beowulf having already defeated Gendel now returns to defeat the mother of Grendel For she heard of Beowulf and is also terrorizing the great hall Upon his return he was welcomed with warmth from all the people Beowulf had found the lair of Grendels mother and went there to pay a visit There he
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