Beowulf by Billy Hennessy
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"A powerful monster, living down / in the darkness, growled in pain" (1-2)
"Then, when darkness had dropped, Grendel / went up to Herot, wondering hat the warriors." (30-31)
"And they urged the adventure on. So Beowulf / Chose the mightiest men he could find" (119-120)
"Is so great that he needs no weapons and fears some / Nor will I, My lord Higlac" (168-169)
"but to table, Beowulf, a banquet in your house / Let us toast your victories, and talk of the future" (223-224)
"Boastful fool who fought a swimming / march with Brecca, both of you daring" (241-242)
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