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Essay | The Strength of Beowulf

Gareth Hinds
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The Strength of Beowulf

Summary: Essay analyzes the strength of Beowulf.
Beowulf is not your average type of man. His supernatural abilities are truly not human. Beowulf uses his supernatural abilities most often when he is fighting. Since Beowulf is not like everyone else he gets rewarded handsomely after the battles are fought.

When Beowulf enters the Danes' territory he is prepared for what is to come. After talking to Hrothgar, Beowulf learns of his first victim whom lives in the swamp. In Herot Beowulf waits for his victim who is called Grendel. When Grendel emerges into Herot, he eats one of the Geats. Beowulf grabs Grendel's arm and, "He twisted in pain, and the bleeding sinews deep in his shoulder snapped, muscle and bone spilt and broke. The battle was over, Beowulf had been granted new glory: Grendel escaped, but he was wounded as he was could flee to his den, his miserable hole at the...

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