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THE STORY OF BEOWULF FROM GRENDALS POINT OF VIEW One night as Grendel was sleeping soundly in his home in the swamplands he was suddenly awakened by the sound of music The music angered Grendel because he had been up late the night before entertaining his monster friends and was in need of his beauty rest So he headed out the front door and headed to see what the commotion is all about Upon arrival at the mead hall Grendel notices the door is much to small for him to enter through it easily This does not make him happy because it happens everywhere he goes in the little human towns So he squeezes his shoulders through the small opening and manages to ask the man at the nearest table what was going on The man being exhausted from his own celebrations was to tired to even notice the beast standing over him Monsters of Grendels type are not used to be ignored and see it as disrespectful and so do not like to be ignored Which is why Grendel pulled his head from the doorway and reached his claw in to snatch up unsuspecting man Everyone else in the room was too busy to even notice the man being lifted from his place behind his drink With the first man out of the way Grendel decided to try a different approach Again scrunching himself down partway through the door Grendel looked for someone to tell him what was going on He cleared his throat and said with a rough gravelly voice Excuse me No one noticed So he said it louder Excuse me A few heads turned After a number of astonished gasps more turned to see Detecting he was now the center of attention Grendel asked what they were all doing making so much noise so late at night The men only stared at him So he asked more simply and slowly not
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