Beowulf lines 1167-1887
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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!" (1216-1218)
This quote represents the reward that Beowulf is given for slaying Grendel
"She came to Heorot. There, inside the hall, Danes lay asleep, earls who would soon endure A great reversal once Grendel’s mother Attacked and entered" (1279-1282)
This scene represents Beowulf's second call to action where he has to now slay Grendel's mother.
"After these words, the prince of the Weather-Geats Was impatient to be away and plunged suddenly: Without more ado, he dived in to the heaving Depths of the lake." (2492-2496)
This scene represents Beowulf's dive into the belly of the beast where he will be truly tested
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