Not only was he the central character in the epic Beowulf, but he was a larger-than-life figure. Grion, Giusto.
Beowulf spots another sword, hanging on the wall and apparently made for giants, and cuts her head off with it. However the poem does, however, give us great insight into the cultural views and ideals of the Anglo-Saxon people who would have composed and told this tale.
Rather, given the implications of the theory of oral-formulaic composition and oral tradition, the question concerns how the poem is to be understood, and what sorts of interpretations are legitimate.
Once in a while, however, he has added a conjecture of his own to the emendations quoted from the criticisms of other students of the poem.
Instead, he proposed that other pieces of Germanic literature contain "kernels of tradition" from which Beowulf borrows and expands upon.
Married, perhaps, Elan, daughter of Healfdene. With a different age and time period comes different values.