In gardner’s grendel how does grendel classify humans? a. unrestrained and arrogant b. greedy and cursed c. heroic yet humble d. smart yet unlucky
Grendel sees no difference between killing a human and a cow, so it is evident that he does not hold them in particularly high esteem. He is, however, intrigued by their philosophies. I imagine that the correct answer would be A. unrestrained and arrogant.
If your answers are:
A. Bloodthirsty and lazy
*B. Barbaric and crazy*
C. Destiny-driven and ignorant
D. Ethical and boastful
B. Barbaric and crazy is the answer!!
The correct answer is: B) Unrestrained and arrogant. Explanation: The correct answer is: B) Unrestrained and arrogant. Explanation: Grendel is a large bearlike monster who spends twelve years locked at war against a band of humans. … He believes that humans are savage and war hungry and classifies humans as unrestrained and arrogant.
Barbaric and Crazy Explanation:
dude that dosent help anyone thats not even what the question is asking the answer is Unrestrained and arrogant, plz ignore the other guy
Grendel in a Beowulf story was described
ambiguously. His qualities are ancients however he is capable of human thoughts
such as rationalization and intellectualization. He could also experience
emotions that makes him more human as people in the story observed him. He was
also described (in the story) as a ‘resurrected Christ’.
In his version of Grendel, author John Champlin Gardner
makes another version of the classic tale.
This it told from the view of the monster Grendel. The changes that he made were that the
monster is more a desolate outcast who shares some characteristics with his
Question: In Gardner’s Grendel how does Grendel classify humans? Options: A) Greedy and cursed.B) Unrestrained and arrogant.C) Smart, yet unlucky.D) Heroic, yet humble. The correct answer is: B) Unrestrained and arrogant. Explanation: Grendel is a large bearlike monster who spends twelve years locked at war against a band of humans. Grendel is fascinated with the world of the humans and watches them from a safe distance, observing how mankind evolves from a tribal culture into a social system with roads, military and governments. He is confused by their actions and disgusted by their violence. He believes that humans are savage and war hungry and classifies humans as unrestrained and arrogant.
savage and war hungry
The answer is B – UNRESTRAINED AND ARROGANT (APEX)