Time to analyze the oh so lovable, foul mouthed, terribly sarcastic monster. Is he, as some believe, the ultimate representation of the existentialist? Feel free to explore the following in your theoretical analysis:
Grendel's journey through the philosophies as stated in your packet...or... Grendel's journey through the facets of existentialism each chapter
Grendel's fear of falling into the realm of nihilism...or did he fear it? And, if he fell, would he then be an existentialist who gave up? Would this have been a better fate?
The theory of existentialism in general...is it truly something we are able to categorize, or is it, instead, a journey into another category?
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