In the epic poem Beowulf, there’s a powerful hero/ warrior and leader introduced to us as Beowulf himself. He’s a warrior that protects his people from the good/ bad like from danger and monsters. For an example the monsters will threaten him within him and his people’s land. This Journey that Beowulf takes start in the Ordinary World, where we are introduced to Beowulf.
Next, Beowulf responds to the call to adventure when the safety of his community gets threatened and that’s when he tries to help protect his people from danger. After the refusal of the call, Beowulf may have some doubts and fears of his own abilities. However, He meets up with a mentor that gives him self-confidence for his battle. There was also a time where Beowulf crossed the threshold to begin his journey to commitment to finishing his quests he needs to finish.
Along the way, Beowulf is faced with tests,allies, and enemies along his journey to his own abilities to be a warrior and leader. The climax of the story, Beowulf approaches the “inmost Cave” where the battle to cross terrible danger and internal conflict before his decision is ordeal”, which he is in battle with grendel. Beowulf will receive rewards for all of his accomplishments by earning his treasure from the successful battle Beowulf had won. After receiving the rewards, Beowulf will travel the road back and will encounter danger on the way. After the final encounter with death, Beowulf begins to reach for the “return with the elixir”, which is the actual end of the story of Beowulf.
Long ago before Beowulf started his adventures, He heard stories about Grendel filling nights with terrible terror. An example from the text “In his far-off home Beowulf, Higlac’s follower and the strongest of the Geats- greater and stronger than anyone anywhere in this world-Heard how Grendel’s filled nights with terror”(109-112). In the town of Denmark Grendel has caused terrible terror for many many years. Before Beowulf started his adventure, He was in the ordinary world of Geatland. Geatland is right across where the Danes lived.