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It all began when a man stole the fearful Dragon's cup...
...causing the fire-breather to fly into a rage...
“Many a skirmish I survived when I was young" (2426-2427).
...and set the land of the Geats ablaze.
Vexed, old King Beowulf proclaimed...
Let's end this enemy of our people - comrades, march on!
At the mouth of the Dragon's lair, Beowulf began recounting his feats, for he sensed that "His fate hovered near, unknowable but certain/ It would soon claim his coffered soul" (2421-2422).
"King Hrethel raised me among his sons..."
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