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As the dangerous monster Grendel "[J]ourneyed, forever joyless, / straight to the door" getting ready for his next feast (Raffel 49).
As Grendel started feasting he walked up to Beowulf he "clutched at [him] with his claws" But Grendel soon realized " he met a man whose hands were harder" (49).
While Grendel and Beowulf battle it out "Grendel's one thought was to run / from Beowulf, flee back to his marsh and hide there" (50).
At last "Beowulf / A prince of the geats, had killed Grendel" and watch and as Grendel escaped (51).
The end of the battle came and grendel fleed home "only to die, to wait for the end" (51).
They celebrated the victory and no longer lived in fear with "the proof, hanging high / from the rafter where Beowulf had hung it" (51).
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