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This digital drawing depicts the fight scene between Beowulf and Grendel in Herot. Beowulf's immense power is shown because he is ripping off Grendel's entire arm, and Grendel, for once, is afraid.

This digital drawing depicts the fight scene between Beowulf and Grendel in Herot. Beowulf's immense power is shown because he is ripping off Grendel's entire arm, and Grendel, for once, is afraid.

He is the first monster that Beowulf kills. Also he is enormous and possesses superhuman strength, which makes him undefeatable by the warriors of Denmark. He lives in the bottom of a lake.

Grendal, the fearful monster feared by all. He loves to terrorize the people of Herot. King Hrothgar, tired of Grendal's fearsome reign, calls on a great and powerful geat named, Beowulf.

Beowulf & Grendel (John Gardner article)

The battle between Beowulf and Grendel's mother. The size of Grendel's mother is easily seen. The picture shows when Beowulf is about to cut off her head. Grendel is also shown, having had his arm ripped off by Beowulf previously.

"Sorrow not, brave one! Better for a man to avenge a friend than much to mourn. All men must die; let him who may win glory ere death. That guerdon is best for the noble man when his name survives him."  Beowulf Lesson Resources

"Sorrow not, brave one! Better for a man to avenge a friend than much to mourn. All men must die; let him who may win glory ere death. That guerdon is best for the noble man when his name survives him." Beowulf Lesson Resources

Commonly misspelled English words - #infographic  --  Created by Your Dictionary, a super user-friendly online dictionary and thesaurus, the chart lists words that are most commonly misused and misspelled.  -  Each card includes the definition of the word and an example of using it in a sentence. - Via Design Taxi.

Commonly misspelled English words (infographic)

Commonly misspelled English words - Created by Your Dictionary, a super user-friendly online dictionary and thesaurus, the chart lists words that are most commonly misused and misspelled. Drives me nuts.

Not Just on Saturday Mornings. Lion King and Hamlet.

The story of the Lion King is based off of Hamlet! I learned this in English class with one of my favorite teachers, Mrs. :) This picture illustrates the similarities and differences of the play "Hamlet" and the movie "Lion King".

This shows Beowulf fighting Grendel. I really find this very interesting, because its like its telling a story all its own on a rock.

This shows Beowulf fighting Grendel. I really find this very interesting, because its like its telling a story all its own on a rock.

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