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According to the poet, what provokes Grendel's wrath?
Choose the lines that best explain this.
"He nursed a hard grievance" (87).
"It harrowed him >to hear the din of the loud banquet>every day in the hall" (87-89).
He hated those in whomGod had "quickened life" (97).
Quite simply, he is "evil" (101).
He is of "Cain's clan, whom the Creator had outlawed >and condemned as outcasts" (106-107).