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While stumbling through the Swiss woods and mountains near his beautiful cottage Frederick Henry sees this massive beast feeding on animals His flesh green and stained with blood A ridiculous pointless monster crouched in the shadows stinking of dead men murdered children and martyred cows Frederick Henry sees him eating and can and is not sure what to do he doesnt want to be seen because of the fear of what the beast Grendel might do to him Grendel feasting on his dead bodies looks up humbly onto Frederick Henry obviously humble after his great defeat by the hands of Beowulf He speaks telling Frederick Henry to go away Frederick Henry still in awe by what he is seeing has no words He cant even bare to move now he is the one with the reeking stench What Grendel yells What do you wish do you wish to study me talk to me see how I live test my philosophies or perhaps just draw your pistol and fire at me Frederick Henry finally musters up the courage to say something Could a monster have a philosophy Just hate for this putrid world Hate A putrid world This world is so beautiful from the greenest of mountains to the blue sky Everything around you has beauty everywhere you look you can see some of the most beautiful sites in the world Beauty Grendel remarks I see no beauty in a world riddled with death and hate How- Frederick Henry tries to interrupt but cannot Ive seen many wars and many deaths Ive seen the evil King Hrothgar send his men out and kill whole towns for power Ive seen the pure white snow spoiled with blood and turned into red slush by the feet of men who are covered with blood and are moving to another town to murder some more innocent people Frederick Henry replies back Ive been in a war too
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