Beowulf Hero Story - Nathaniel Parga 3rd Period
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“Then an extraordinary Wail arose, and bewildering fear Came over the Danes. Everyone felt it Who heard that cry as it echoed off the wall, A God-cursed scream and strain of catastrophe, The howl of the loss, the lament of the hell-serf Keening his wound. He was overwhelmed, Manacled tight by the man who of all men Was foremost and strongest in the days of his life.”
“ Wise sir, do not grieve. It is always better to avenge dear ones than to indulge in mourning. For every one of us, living in this world Means waiting for our end. Let whoever can Win glory before death. When a warrior is gone, That will be his best and only bulwark. So arise, my lord, and let us immediately Set forth on the trail of this troll-dam. I guarantee you: she will not get away. Not to dens under ground nor upland groves Nor the ocean floor. She’ll have nowhere to flee to. Endure your trouble to-day. Bear up And be the man I expect you to be.”
“ I remember that time when mead was flowing, how we pledged loyalty to our lord in the hall, promised our ring-giver we would be worth our price, make good the gift of the war-gear, those swords and helmets, as and when his needs required it. He picked us out from the army deliberately, honored us and judged us fit for this action, made me these lavish gifts - and all because he considered us the best of his arms-bearing thanes.”
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