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It has once been said Good is all that serves life and evil is all that serves death Good is reverence for lifeand all that enhances life Evil is all that stifles life narrows it down and cuts it to pieces Emily Coombs This statement is true in every piece of writing or shows where there is a dispute among good and evil Good versus evil is a theme that is very eye catching for a reader and it is the most common theme in literature Wherever there is good one will always find evil because without evil the good cannot be classified as good And a similar trend to the argument with good versus evil is the fact that good always conquers evil In Beowulf the clash between good and evil is portrayed through Grendel Grendels mother the Dragon and Beowulf moreover in the end we come to realize that good is always virtuous of evil Upon hearing the misfortune of the Danes Beowulf a man with a history of bravery comes for the rescue of the Danes from the hands of the evil Grendel Beowulf portrays the image of a very strong and confident warrior who fights without weapons and has no fear The only weapon Beowulf carries is his faith in God On the night of the feast Beowulf hears about the monstrous Grendel and where he lives Not hell but hell on earth He was spawned in that slimeOf Cain murderous creatures banished By God punished forever for the crime Of Abels death Burton Raffel lines 101-108 Beowulf shows no fear for Grendel therefore giving Hrothgar and the Danes hope that their misery will end Beowulf assures the Danes that he will win the battle with Grendel he states When we crossed the sea my comrades And I I already knew that all My purpose was this to win the good will Of your people or die in battle pressed In
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