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Beowulf (unabridged)

New translation by Benedict Flynn

Read by Crawford Logan

No digital booklet included

Contents

Beowulf

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Beowulf Part I

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So those warrior Scyldings passed their lives

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The hour came. The ship rode the flood in close

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They turned to leave: the ship waited anchored …

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A bench was cleared for the Geats in the hall

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There was laughter then, and the din resounded …

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Outcast and joyless Grendel came to Heorot.

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Part II

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Meanwhile the Danes raced their mounts …

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The Dane's chief went on to reward the others.

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This was the lay, the song of the poet,

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Part III

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Hrothgar spoke, protector of the Scyldings:

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They all gazed at the hot gore surging up

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A radiance appeared and a light streamed in

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Hrothgar first examined the hilt, engraved

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Then the warriors hastened, keen to return …

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Part IV

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After Hygelac offered greetings

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But, my tale is what happened with Grendel …'

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Part V

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Beowulf heard the news of the terror,

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Beowulf the brave king sat on the windy headland.

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Beowulf addressed his dear companions

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Wiglaf, sad at heart, addressed the warriors.

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The fatal wound inflicted by the earth-scorcher began

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Part VI

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Ongentheow, old and heavy-hearted, turned

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What happened brought to nought the hope of one

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