by John Gardner and Emil Antonucci
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The Beowulf story retold from the monster's point of view reveals the darker side of human nature and values
July 11, 2006 Monsters and humans share the stage in Grendel, a new opera that opens in New York Tuesday night. Based on the novel by John Gardner, the show tells the classic medieval tale of Beowulf, but from the monster's perspective.
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