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  • Grendel Attacks
  • snatched up thirty men, smashed thm unknowing in their beds and ran out with their bodies.(lines 37-38)
  • Beowulf goes to Denmark
  • He knew the sea would point the prow straight to that distant Danish shore (lines 123-124)
  • Beowulf Kills Grendel
  • A prince of the Geats had killed grendel, ended the grief, the sorrow, the suffering, forced on Hrothgar's helpless people by a bloody thirsty fiend(lines 511-514)
  • After the men in the mead-hall, Grendel goes in and kills thirty men. Grendel struck again and taken over the Herot leaving Hrothgar unable to challenge him  
  • Beowulf Kills Grendel's Mother 
  • Struck with all the strength he had left, caught her in the neck and cut it through broke bones and all.Her body fell to the floor, lifeless.(lines 641-643)
  • When Beowulf hears about the destruction that Grendel has done he decides to sail to Denmark to help Hrothgar defeat Grendel 
  • Beowulf, the King of Geats 
  • Beowulf carries the head of Grendel to King Hrothgar and then gift-laden to the land of the Geats, where he succeeds the throne. (page 33)
  • Grendel bursts through the door tearing it off from its hinges. Beowulf summons great strength and rips his arm out of socket. Grendel slinks back home and dies.
  • Beowulf kills the Dragon and Dies 
  • Grendel's mother descends on Herot in a frenzy of grief and rage seeking revenge for her son's death. She later falls and seizes a sleeping man. Beowulf seizes a huge sword and slices clean through Grendel's mother's neck.
  • Beowulf returns and tells the story of his battle with Grendel. The people of Geatland praise him for his good work and is crowned King of the Geats.
  • Beowulf hacks the dragon's scales with his sword but his strength is not the same. The dragon bites Beowulf's neck and draws blood. Beowulf pulls a knife and stabs and kills the dragon, but the wounded and hurt Beowulf later dies.  
  • Butchered by this savage beast; we swore that these swords and armor were each for us all.(Lines 789-790)
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