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Grendels Influences Throughout Grendels life he meets many characters that have an impact on him Every person he meets teaches him more about himself whether it was on purpose or not Grendel first sees the Shaper in the village Wealtheow was a gift for Hrothgar to prevent war and turns out to be Grendels first infatuation Ork the priest shoes Grendel that someone else in the village has other thoughts than those of the Shaper The Dragon has the biggest impact on Grendel and is with him tell his end Grendels first clear memories seem to begin as humans arrive in his area His mother seems to have no history but a thing half-made only existing to produce Grendel Grendel becomes clearer on this thought when he sees the mother telling the daughter about the evils of the forest There really is not any purpose to Grendel tell he sees the Shaper and Grendels name for the harpist Shaper is probable the strongest evidence for this Grendel thoughts on the Shaper were What was he The man has changed the world has torn up the past by its thick gnarled roots and had transformed it and they who knew the truth remembered it his way -and so did I Thus I fled ridiculous hairy creature torn apart by poetry - crawling whimpering streaming tears across the world like a two-headed beast like mixed-up lamb and kid at the tail of a baffled indifferent ewe - and I gnashed my teeth and clutched at the sides of my head as if to heal the split but I couldnt 43-44 Until the Shaper arrives Grendel seems to have no particular malice towards humans - they are more or less parts of the landscape He will kill and eat them but he would not go out of his way to terrorize them After hearing the Shaper Grendels role is defined He told of an ancient
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