Beowulf's Loyalty

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The book beowulf is legend he helps people with their monsters such as water monster
Beowulf goes out his way to kill and monster that threatens anyone in any place he goes to herot and helps them not with one but three monsters grendel, grendel's mother and her second son the dragon which wiglaf, beowulf and

Beowulf loyalty that runs further than what he done for Hrothgar he has slayed water beast and many he also goes on about you must overcome your fear and be brave and never give and beowulf loyalty to his people and the people he meets along the way

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