Grendel, wounded mortally, is left to flee Hrothgar's home and return to his cave to die in agony, shouting out his defiance against an uncaring world. Beowulf has triumphed over Grendel.
After the victory of Beowulf over Grendel, Grendel's mother took vengeance by abducting King Hrothgar's 'most beloved friend' Aeschere. This brought sorrow to King Hrothgar
In the poem 'Beowulf', the poet talks about the courageous acts of Beowulf.
Grendel, a monster started his series of attacks in Danes after the feast held by King Hrothgar.
Beowulf from the tribe Geats who came to know about these attacks helped King Hrothgar by attacking Grendel and killing him.
King Hrothgar was glad and grateful to Beowulf.
The King threw a party commemorating Beowulf's victory.
On the same night, Grendel's mother took this vengeance.
following that great victory there is temporarily a moment of peace and calm at hereot that allows hrothgar to celcebrate and reward beowulf for his valour.