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The hero observed that swamp-thing from hell, the tarn hag in all her terrible strength . . . (1518-1519).
But he soon found his battle-torch extinguished: the shining blade refused to bite (1522-1525).
So she pounced upon him and pulled out a broad whetted knife: now she would avenge her only child. But the mesh of chain-mail on Beowulf's shoulder shielded his life (1545-1548).
It was easy for the Lord, the Ruler of Heaven, to redress the balance once Beowulf got back on his feet (1554-1556).
Then he saw a blade that boded well, as sword in her armoury, an ancient heirloom from the days of the giants, an ideal weapon, one that any warrior would envy (1557-1560).
So the Shieldings' hero, hard-pressed and enraged, took a firm hold of the hilt and swung the blade in an arc, a resolute blow that bit deep into her neck-bone (1563-1566).
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