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Take delight in this torque, dear Beowulf, Wear it for luck and also wear this mail From our people’s armory: may you prosper in them!
This quote represents the Ultimate Boon, as Beowulf went on the journey for fame and treasure
When he lent that blade to the better swordsman, Unferth, the strong-built son of Ecglaf, could hardly have remember the ranting speech he had made in his cups.
This quote represents supernatural aid, as Unferth gifts a legendary, heroic blade to Beowulf to use against Grendel's mother
While the soul’s guard, its sentry, drowses, Grown too distracted. A killer stalks him, An archer who draws a deadly bow. And then the man is hit in the heart, The arrow flies beneath his defenses, The devious promptings of the demon start. His old possessions seem paltry to him now. He covets and resents; dishonors custom And bestows no gold; and because of good things 1750 That the Heavenly powers gave him in the past He ignores the shape of things to come.
This quote illustrates the Apotheosis, as Beowulf has learned from his fight with Grendel's mother and is ready to continue in his journey.
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