The poem burst out and ends in Geatland, the home country of Beowulf. The main hero along with his troops travels across the sea from Geatland right to Denmark in order to help King Hrothgar to fight Grendel. The three key battle scenes in Beowulf occur exactly in Heorot Hall, where Grendal gets defeated, a haunted mere in Denmark where the monster’s mom meets her end as well as a dragon's lair back in Geatland. By the way, Beowulf never specifically mentions a time, though it should have happened sometime in the medieval ages.Beowulf actually has much common with a Scandinavian superman, though he’s not without problems. Being the son of Ecgtheow, Beowulf happens to be stronger than any other male, though simultaneously he’s a mortal. When he fights the enemy he’s not afraid of death. It’s because he’s assured that it's dealt by God not the enemy.
Besides this, Beowulf is an extremely moral person, utilizing his powers for the good of folks and treating them justly on a regular basis. When Unferth slanders Beowulf as for a lost swimming contest, Beowulf simply puts him in his place, though doesn't go as far as to humiliate him beyond what was actually required. When reading the poem it was quite difficult for me to tell whether Beowulf fought Grendel and his mom simply to help other folks in need or if he simply did it for the fame and fortune he obtained upon defeating them. Regardless of his motivation, Beowulf appeared to be a true hero for the people of Geatland as well as Denmark.Grendel’s a descendant of Cain, residing in the bottom of a mere. He’s really enormous and boasts as much strength as Beowulf. Grendel’s never once made to seem just like anything human or of even having some small human trait or a hint of goodness for this matter. Obviously, I shouldn't even address this personage as a he. It’s because his motivation is to terminate good. Moreover, he hates all mankind without exception. Grendel makes up his mind to attack Heorot Hall having seen its content and presumably happy sleeping follks inside. It was the beginning of his reign of terror on the humans of Denmark.
As for Wiglaf, he’s a young, bold Geat, assisting Beowulf in defeating the dragon after the rest of Beowulf's men escaped. Wiglaf happens to be an extremely level headed man. When the others escaped in terror Wiglaf remained staysing behind to help the king to defeat the dragon and after the monarch had been wounded he sat by him to listen and memorize his last words to the people, so he could address them after Beowulf passed away.
The poem burst out and ends in Geatland, the home country of Beowulf. The main hero along with his troops travels across the sea from Geatland right to Denmark in order to help King Hrothgar to fight Grendel.