Beowulf was composed by an unnamed English poet sometime between about A. Trusting in his own strength and in the Lord's favor, he took off his chainmail and helmet, and gave his sword to a thane for safekeeping.
Who is your brave leader, and what is his lineage? You may come inside to Hrothgar, wearing your armor and helmets, but leave your spears outside until after you have spoken.Accompanied by a troop of warriors they followed the foe's tracks over steep and rocky slopes, over sheer cliffs, and past many a sea-monster's haunt. That is no coward's way. Grendel's fingers finally burst and bled. First, we see a pagan warrior society. In contrast, the harp is a musical instrument that is an organized sound that plays a pleasant music and is also a sense of being civilized. The English critic J. I am Hrothgar's servant and herald. With time all the neighboring tribes served him and paid him tribute. Men believe that fate controls their lives. Even the earlier, happier section in Denmark is filled with ominous allusions that were well understood by contemporary audiences. Praise be to the woman who gave birth to this man. They have seen me return from battle stained with the blood of my foes. Its guard was of shining gold, graven correctly with runic letters and brightly adorned with snakes. The young hero instead of attacking the dragon's head aimed his sword blows a little lower, wounding the beast such that the fire began to wane. As I have heard, very few men in the world had ever withstood the venomous blasts from such a foe.
Although originally untitled, it was later named after the Scandinavian hero Beowulf, whose exploits and character provide its connecting theme. Grendel's mother appears on the scene, snatches a man away and hurries back to the mere. Beowulf had won the dragon's hoard, but he had paid for his share of this wealth with his life.
He was fifty feet long. Accompanied by a troop of warriors they followed the foe's tracks over steep and rocky slopes, over sheer cliffs, and past many a sea-monster's haunt. If one's kin is killed, it is the remaining relative's duty to make the killer pay for the death, either with his own life or the payment of wergild the "man price".
Many of the grief-stricken Danes, seeing no other source of help, returned to their old heathen faith.