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"The veteran king sat down on the cliff-top. He wished good luck to the Geats who had shared his hearth and gold. He was sad at heart, unsettled yet ready, sensing his death." 2417-2420
"The hoard-guard recognized a human voice, the time was over for peace and parleying. Pouring forth in a hot battle-fume, the breath of the monster burst from the rock. There was a rumble under ground." 2554-2558
"So the king of the Geats raised his hand and struck hard at the enameled scales, but scarcely cut through:the blade flashed and slashed yet the blow was far less powerful than the hard-pressed king had need of at that moment." 2575-2580
"I remember that time the mead was flowing, how we pledged loyalty to our lord in the hall, promised our ring-giver we would be worth our price, ... Your deeds are famous, so stay resolute, my lord, defend your life now with the whole of your strength. I shall stand by you" 2633-2668
"Next thing they say, the noble son of Weohstan saw the king in danger at his side and displayed his inborn bravery and strength... He lunged at the enemy lower down so that his decorated sword sank into its belly and the flames grew weaker." 2694-2701
"Wiglaf quickly orders seven men to collect the dragon's treasure, and they quickly set about preparing Beowulf's barrow along the high cliffs of the shore. After building a large pyre, adorned with swords and shields, they burned Beowulf's body. What remained after the fire was placed in the barrow as a memorial to their great king." Pg20
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