When she died, the cave burned with light. The spoiler ment to snatch away From the high hall some of the human race. Beowulf's companions fled in fear, betraying Beowulf and their people. Beowulf, with the hand-grip of 30 men, grabs hold and won't let go. When the Danes and Geats return from following Grendel's tracks to the mere, someone sings in Beowulf's presence, comparing him to Sigemund and saying that he was not like Heremod lines 883-914. They travelled the trails that took them back with happy hearts.
To King Hrothgar 418 ff. Beowulf agrees to the fight, reassuring Hrothgar that Grendel's mother won't get away. Years before, Hrothgar sheltered Beowulf's father, Ecgtheow, from a dangerous feud and purchased a settlement of the conflict with the Geat's enemies, a procedure incorporating wergild man-payment or man-worth. Unferth simply isn't brave enough to take on the monsters in the way Beowulf is willing to do. The king of the Danes Scyldings is a wise and great man, but he has lost some of his strength with age.
In the morning, Beowulf tracks her to a dark, swampy mere where she and her son live in a cave at the bottom of the lake. What does it suggest about the wisdom of using a woman as bride to heal enmity between tribes? Why does he plan to do that? Her behavior is not only comprehensible but also justified. . Grendel was more evil than his mother because he killed for no reason and his mom only killed because they killed her son. For that killing of Abel the eternal Lord took vengeance.
The warriors mount up and ride into the fens, following the tracks of their enemy. There was no joy of that feud: far from mankind God drove him out for his deed of shame! Why is the dragon angry? He slays it, despite being mortally wounded, and then dies. That's the story in lines 2380-2390. Reputation can protect a leader's people and settle a conflict before it comes to blows, as Beowulf's reputation later does when he is the king of Geatland. Only when Beowulf and the dragons fought, the sword broke and Beowulf faced death. With each struggle Beowulf loses strength. What reasons might each of them have to hate Beowulf and the other men? Down off the moorlands' misting fells came Grendel stalking; God's brand was on him.
The man took a cup because he was a poor slave. Others point out that Beowulf did not have long to rule anyway and deserved the right to choose a warrior's death. They put the ashes of Beowulf and the dragon's treasures inside under the sand so nobody could find them. We are soon told that he has the strength of 30 men in his hand-grip. How does Beowulf tell Hrothgar to respond? Hrothgar is shown as a God Fearing man, and therefore, his throne is protected by God himself.
Beowulf points out that he and Breca swam for five nights, not seven. Deer who come to its banks would rather stay where they are and be torn apart by pursuing hounds than jump into it. Repeatedly attacking Herot sees to make her feel better. Final … ly his superhuman strength dies out and he fails his quest. The dying Beowulf asks Wiglaf to bring him the treasure to know he had won. He wanted to be buried in a tomb high on the piece of land so the tower may be seen from there. He responds with joy, gratitude, and generosity.
Remember the Finn story, lines 1070-1158. The scene below is horrifying: in the murky water, serpents and sea-dragons writhe and roil. The most dominating example of this is the life of Beowulf himself. Herebeald was killed accidentally with an arrow by Haethcyn. More a palace, Heorot is decorated with gold and fine tapestries. As a young king, he once protected Beowulf's now deceased father, Ecgtheow, during a blood feud and purchased peace with Ecgtheow's enemies through a kind of payment known as wergild, providing major reasons for Beowulf's devotion to Hrothgar at the beginning of the poem.
Grendels mother came to Herot to take revenge for her sons death. The group of earls grinned and shouted on seeing at last that their lord was safe. In other ways, however, Grendel and his mother are indeed portrayed as creatures from another world. He first hews down the monster Grendel, who has been slaughtering folk in huge numbers, at Heorot, the hall of the Danish ring-giver, and then kills the mons … ter's mother. When she falls upon and seizes a sleeping man, the noise wakes the others.