Ethan Farmer Beowulf 1167-1887
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1321 - "Rest, what is rest?! Aeschere is dead! This roaming killer came in a fury and slaughtered him in Herot. He died in battle, Paid with his life; and now this powerful Other one arrives, this force for evil Driven to avenge her kinsman’s death."
This quote represents the heros return. It shows this with him being upset that he has ANOTHER monster on his hands to deal with after he's just killed the only one he thought there was. So he's reluctant to return to killing things but he knows he must.
1492 - 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.
This scene represents Beowulf, the hero, crossing the threshold to defeat the guardian. The guardian in this case being Grendels mother.
Thanks for the treasure, homie.
1866 - Then the earl’s defender furnished the hero With twelve treasures and told him to set out, Sail with those gifts safely home
In this scene we see the ultimate boon, or gift, for Beowulf's accomplishment. This shows how much he has done for Hrothgar and how much he is indebted to Beowulf.
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