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Beowulf comes to the realization that there is a dragon in the tower. He becomes filled with sorrow and misery. He plans on defeating the dragon, if fate will allow it.
Beowulf comes to the realization that a dragon is in the tower. He becomes filled with sorrow and misery. He plans on defeating the dragon, if fate will allow it.
Beowulf goes to fight the dragon alone. For the first time fate is not on his side. The dragon breathes fire, melting Beowulf's iron shield and drives its tusk into him. Beowulf cuts the dragon in half.
Beowulf realizes his life is coming to an end. He tells Wiglaf a number of request that he wishes to be followed. Shortly afterwards he dies. He is proud of the life he lived and what he had accomplished.
Wiglaf disgraces the Geats, he is disappointed in them. For they were not loyal and honorable to their great leader, Beowulf, who had protected them for 50 years. Wiglaf being the only one who stood by Beowulf until the end.
The geats mourn for the loss of their leader. Beowulf has the funeral fire he had requested. The geats also build the tower he wanted, so he could be remembered. The geats continue to tell the story of Beowulf. The empire is left in danger for no one has the qualities to be as great of a leader.
Beowulf spends his whole life trying to do good with courage and strength. He had to overcome evil (Grendel and the dragon). Even though Beowulf doesn't live, good still overcomes evil. Grendel, his mother, and the dragon are all dead and can not harm anyone ever again. Beowulf lived a meaningful life. He kept the geats safe for 50 years and accomplished what he intended to.
Good versus evil.
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