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“He leaped into the lake, wouldnot wait for anyone’s / Answer; the heaving water covered him / over. For hourshe sank through the waves; At last he saw the mud of the bottom.” (467-470)
“the greedy she-wolf…welcomedhim in her claws. / Clutched at him savagely but could not harm him.” (471-476)
“[Beowulf] discovered that no sword could slice her evil / Skin.” ((496-497)
“Then he saw, hanging on thewall, a heavy / Sword, hammered by giants, strong / and blessed with theirmagic, the best of all weapons / Its carved and decorated length. He drew it /From its scabbard, broke the chain on its hilt, / And then, savage, now, angry/ And desperate, lifted it high over his head / And struck with all thestrength he had left.” (530-538)
“The monster’s hall was full of/ Rich treasures, but all that Beowulf took / Was Grendel’s head and the hiltof the giant’s / Jeweled sword.” (586-588)
“Then the Geats’ brave princeentered / Herot, covered in glory for the daring / Battles he had fought; hesought Hrothgar / To salute him and show Grendel’s head.” (615-618)
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