Beowulf Section 2: Panels 6-9
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“Beowulf’s coming, his sea-braving, made [Unferth] sick with envy” (501-502).
Aren’t you the Beowulf who challenged Breca in the sea, simply to prove your strength? And yet after seven nights enduring tempest-blown waves, Breca outswam you?
Beowulf replies, recounting the event, "Actually, Breca and I swam out, each holding a sword, but neither of us could outswim the other. We struggled for five nights until we were separated by the wind."
“My war-garments kept me safe from the sea monsters, and with my sword in hand, I finished off nine foul beasts."
‘Now, I cannot recall any fight you entered, Unferth, that bears comparison’ (582-584).
There are no words that can express my gratitude to you for your willingness to aid my people, this certainly calls for some drinks!
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