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Why is Grendel a flat character in Beowulf?

A. Because he is in opposition to Beowulf throughout the story

B. Because he changes from being a powerful monster to a defeated one

C. Because he is central to the events of the story

D. Because he has a one-dimensional personality

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Grendel dosen't change throughout the story, which makes him a fat character. He has no emotional arc or change in beliefs hes just evil and that's his thing. Because of that, the answer is D

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