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Reaching the rock-steep cliffs of the Danish shore, Beowulf and his men are escorted to Herot, where Beowulf greets the great lord of the Danes.
They have seen my strength for themselves, have watched me rise from the darkness of war, dripping with my enemies. I drove five great giants into chains, chased all of that race from the earth.
I swam in the blackness of night, hunting monsters out of the ocean, and killing them one by one; death was my errand and the fate they had earned.
And, if death does take me, send the hammered mail of my armor back to Higlac.
The keeper of the mead came carrying out the carved flasks, and poured that bright sweetness. A poet sang from time to time, in a clear pure voice. Danes and visiting Geats celebrated as one drank and rejoiced...
Grendel is no braver, no stronger than I am! I could kill him with my sword; I shall not, easy as it would be.
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