Beowulf Call to Adventure
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Beowulf "was on home ground, over in Geatland. There was no one else like him alive. In his day, he was the mightiest man on earth, high-born and powerful" (195-198).
"There was panic after dark, people endured raids in the night, riven by the terror" (192-193).
"Then news of Grendel, hard to ignore, reached [Beowulf]: Sailors brought stories of the plight [Hrothgar] suffer[ed] in this legendary hall" (409-4112).
"I mean to be a match for Grendel, settle the outcome in single combat" (425-426).
Beowulf: The Call To Adventure
The elders "inspected omens and spurred his ambition to go, whilst he moved about like the leader he was, enlisting men, the best he could find" (204-207).
"With fourteen others the warrior boarded the boat as captain, a canny pilot along coast and currents," "to sail the swan's road and search out that king, the famous prince who needed defenders" (207-209, 200-201).
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