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Beowulf and Unferth are waiting in hall heorot for Grendel. Unferth wants to see how Beowulf is going to defeat Grendel.
Suddenly Grendel slidders into hall heorot and begins to eat one of Beowulf's men. Beowulf holds Grendel's wrist and Grendel feels the light in Beowulf, that makes Grendel get weaker. Grendel gets angrier and angrier, but Beowulf still holds on. Grendel tries jerking his arm. Beowulf pulls out Grendel's arm out of its socket!
Beowulf hangs Grendel's arm on a hook. Everyone except Unferth is happy about Beowulf's victory.
King Hrothgar organises a feast to praise and honour Beowulf. To show his gratitude, Hrothgar gives Beowulf a helmet that would not break, a sword as sharp as fire and many other gifts. Songs and Poems are written about Beowulf. Hrothgar's poets tell stories. Beowulf really likes the story of Sigemund, Fitela and the Fire Dragon
'In the darkest dark of the darkness, something stirred from the fen. It was shaped like a snake, a snake as black as jet, long and fat and hissing, but it moved across the marshy ground faster than any snake that ever was, because it had tentacles that pulled it through the mud.Its flesh was greasy. It had red lips and hanging breasts. It dribbled green bile and gobbets of blood.
The next morning, Unferth is gone, Grendel's arm has been stolen and Hrothgar's friend Aeschere lies dead on the ivory floor. Hrothgar thinks that Unferth killed Aeschere and took the arm, but Beowulf tells him that Unferth couldn't lift the arm. But who then took the arm? She, she, she has no name. She is Grendel's mother!
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