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So arise, my lord, and let us immediately Set forth on the trail of this troll-dam. (1390-91)
The quote illustrates the first stage of the hero's journey: departure. Beowulf is called to action again to get up and go an fight Grendel's mother. Calling Hrothgar and Beowulf to action.
After these words, the prince of the Weather-Geats Was impatient to be away and plunged suddenly: Without more ado, he dived in to the heaving Depths of the lake. (1492-95)
This quote illustrates stage four: crossing the threshold. Beowulf is crossing from his ordinary world into a unfamiliar one by diving into the lake to fight Grendel's mother.
Then the earl’s defender furnished the heroWith twelve treasures and told him to set out (1866-67)
This is stage seven: the ultimate boon. This is when the hero gets his prize or treasure in this case Beowulf gets twelve treasures
This castle is all mine
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