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Analysis of the Character of Grendel

Summary: Essay is about how the character of Grendel was a victim of his own creation. This is from the epic poem Beowulf.
During the 20th century, the evil portrayals of The Joker, Venom, and Lex Luthor have earned supervillain's their bad name. Yet, even in medieval times, villains were portrayed as blood ravishing monsters. In some cases this was true. Grendel, the main villain of the epic Beowulf, appears to have many characteristics of a supervillain. Although, the epic Grendel, portrays the curious, confused, and mislead side of Grendel. Evilness did not choose him, nor, did he choose it. The evilness that he exhibits is more or less innate in him and taught. Grendel is a victim of his own creation. He should be hated, feared, but in the same sense pitied.

Grendel is a victim of his own creation. Deep down he is a curious, intelligent and sensitive monster. The world around him is mysterious, and he questions himself as to what his purpose on...

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