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Texual Evidence 1"He was happy, now with that nights fierce work; the Danes had been served as he boasted he'd serve them; Beoulf, the prince of the Geats, Had killed Grendal, ended the grief, the sorrow, the suffering, forced on Hrothgar's helpless people by a bloody fiend"(Beowulf 59).


Explanation 1Even though Grendal's a monster she's still able to die.


Texual Evidence 2"Her body fell to the floor, lifeless, the sword was wet with her blood, and Beowulf rejoiced at the sight"(Beowulf 59).



Texual Evidence 3"Beoulf's dagger, his iron blade, had finished the fire spinning terror that once protected the tower and treasures alike; the gray- bearded lord of the Geats had ended those flying, burning raids forever"(Beoulf 68).

Explanation 2Grendal's mother is a stronger monster and could die as well.

Explanation 3The dragon was thought to be immortal, but he was actually mortal because he could die.

Texual Evidence 1"Shut away from men; they split into a thousand forms of evil-spirit and fiends, goblins, monsters, Giants, a brood forever opposing the words will"(Beowulf 44).

Texual Evidence 2"Who rulled those waters half a hundred years discovered him, saw that creature from above had come to explore the bottom of her wet world, she welcomed him in her claws"(Beowulf 57).

Texual Evidence 3"Quickly the dragon came at him, encouraged as Beowulf fell back; it's breath flared, and he suffered, wrapped around in swirling flames"(Beowulf 64).

Explanation 1All of those creatures don't exist and have strong powers.

Explanation 2She's a person like creature that can breath under water and has claws; regular people don't have these abilities.

Explanation 3There's no such thing as fire-breathing dragons.


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