jackMevOff:

Which lines best complete the sentence? Check all that apply. Grendel, by John Gardner, is written in first person to show a single perspective. to tell an old story from a new point of view. so that Beowulf’s feelings can be understood. with Grendel acting as a first-person narrator. using first person to show Hrothgar’s perspective.

jackMevOff:

@ThatCreepyBoy

ThatCreepyBoy:

in first person to show a single perspective. to tell an old story from a new point of view.

ThatCreepyBoy:

with Grendel acting as a first-person narrator.