We have heard of those princes heroic campaigns.” (Greenblatt & Abrams 4) By saying this he proves to be very courageous and he inspires the king to believe in him in killing the monsters.
Beowulf waits for the next attack of the demon and chooses to fight with him in a hand to hand combat. Beowulf fights him and tears his hand and shoulder. Grendel dies in the forest, and its mother being overprotective seeks to revenge. She attacks Heorot hall while the warriors are sleeping. Beowulf is angered and decided to fight back and this time he uses a sword to kill Grendel’s mother (Greenblatt & Abrams 575). Beowulf uses the tactic of organizing warriors to attack their enemies. Although In most occasions the warriors run away in flight, it is evident that his warrior organization tactic is helpful towards overcoming the enemy. He is very courageous and at one instance he says, “Often, for undaunted courage,
Beowulf proves to be faster that sea monsters, powerful than dragons and stronger than demons. He uses his strength speed and power to overcome the demons. He is perfect at using weapons and most of the demons he kills he used his well sharpened sword. His power to fight withers with age and he is eventually killed in a battle with enemies of his original homeland (Greenblatt & Abrams 610). In conclusion, Beowulf uses his power, weapons and the support of other warriors to fight his