Evil So often we see a battle of good vs.

Good and Evil can be talked about in different ways, but here you will see the Good in Beowulf, then in Christianity and the Evil in Grendel along with Non-Christianity....

In Beowulf, the conflict between good and evil is the poem’s main and most important aspect.

By looking at them, it becomes apparent that the author of Beowulf believed that the constant war between good and evil is not only fought by the common man but also in the ranks of their highest esteemed rulers and warriors, and even in their dreaded nightmares where monsters lurk and wait for the death of man....


We always try to frame them in a narrative of good vs evil

The attitudes and actions between various monsters and humans show that Beowulf is a story comprised of battles fating good against evil.

Both the characters Beowulf and Grendel represent aspects of both good and evil, Christianity and Paganism, and what occurs when they collide with one another.