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Beowulf Beowulf had a lot of anger in his battles He used the rush of energy to conquer his most horrid opponents I will show a few things in these paragraphs Beowulfs anger helped in his battles hurt him in his battles and fueled him to fight the battles His anger is a source of winning and losing Anger is one of the most provocative emotions there is Anger can be used to help or to hurt Beowulf did not like injustice For this reason he always fought the monster that terrorized people He also enjoyed the fame he received from it He heard of the injustice of Grendel who slaughtered Hroathgars men This angered Beowulf and made him want to fight Beowulf came face to face with Grendel They grappled with all their might Grendel was angry Grendel saw that his strength was deserting him his claws bound fast Higlacs brave follower tearing at his hands The monsters hatred rose higher but his power had gone His anger could not help him though Beowulfs will was stronger He wanted to win the battle He sent all the force he had at Grendel Grendel ended the battle by fleeing away short one arm Now there is a new battle Anger against a person is great but could Beowulf handle a mothers anger for her beaten son At first her anger was winning She could not pierce through his mail but scratched and tore all the same Beowulf started to become angry He tossed his sword aside angry the steel-edged blade lay where hed dropped it She was besting him her strength and anger beating his Then he saw a special sword hammered by giants The end was near And then savage now angry and desperate lifted it high over his head and struck with all the strength he had left Grendels mother lay dead her throat slit Nonetheless he was still enraged His
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