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  • Beowulf and Grendel are characters in the epic poem Beowulf, which is one of the oldest surviving works of literature in English. Written sometime between the 8th and 11th centuries, the poem focuses on the struggles between the great hero Beowulf and the monstrous demon Grendel. Beowulf is a courageous and powerful warrior who defeats Grendel in an epic battle and ultimately saves the kingdom from destruction. Grendel, on the other hand, is a demonic creature bent on destruction and death. He is frequently depicted as an embodiment of evil, vanity, and materialism, and his defeat at the hands of Beowulf symbolizes the triumph of goodness over evil.

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      Jamarion Ibarra

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