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  • Beowulf Graphic Novel, lines 808-1214 By Aaron Thomas, David Fernandez and Mathew Lisanti
  • “Grendel was driven under the fen banks, fatally hurt, to his desolate lair. His days were numbered, the end of his life was coming over him,” (Heaney 818 - 821).
  • “Then morning came and many a warrior gathered, as I have heard, around the gift-hall, clan-chiefs flocking from far and near down wide-ranging roads, wondering greatly at the monster’s footprint,” (Heaney 836 - 840).
  • “Then away they rode, the old retainers with many a young man following after, a troop on horseback, in high spirits on their bay steads. Beowulf’s doings were praised over and over again,” (Heaney 852 - 856)
  • Hooray, Beowulf the sword bearer has bested the beast.
  • “The man started to recite with skill, rehearsing Beowulf’s triumphs and feats in well-fashioned lines, entwining his words. He told what he’d heard repeated in songs of Sigemund’s exploits,” (Heaney 870 - 873).
  • “After his death Sigmeund’s glory grew and grew because of his courage when he killed the dragon, the guardian of the hoard,” (Heaney 884 - 887).
  • “Such was Beowulf in the affection of his friends and of everyone alive. But evil entered into Heremod,” (Heaney 912 - 914). 
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