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“To the everlasting Lord of All, To the King of Glory, I give thanks That I beheld this treasure here in front of me, That I have been allowed to leave my people So well endowed on the day I die." Line 2784
The previous quote represents Beowulf's return to the ordinary world with the "elixer". (The elixer being the dragon's hoard.)
"Before long The battle-dodgers abandoned the wood,The ones who had let down their lord earlier,The tail-turners, ten of them together.When he needed them the most, they had made off." Line 2845
The previous quote represents the departure from the special world back in to the real world. (Where Thanes are wusses)
“Now shall flame consumeOur leader in battle, the blaze darkenRound him who stood his ground in the steel-hail,When the arrow-storm shot from bowstringsPelted from the shield-wall." Line 3115
The previous quote represents Beowulf's mastery of both the special and the real world.
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