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As Beowulf continued to wrestle with the creature, Grendel, he managed to grab hold of Grendel's arm.
With as much strength as he could muster, Beowulf tore Grendel's arm from his shoulder, fatally wounding the monster.
Battered, bruised, and bleeding, the creature returned to it's Hell Hole, where it would perish.
Beowulf returned to the rest of the Danes and hung Grendel's daggered clutch as a trophy of his victory.
"First and foremost, let the Almighty Father be thanked for this sight. I suffered a long harrowing by Grendel. But the Heavenly Shepard can work his wonders always and everywhere." (827-930)
The next morning, the word of Beowulf's victory had spread. Many people gathered to celebrate and share stories with one another.
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