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The question below refers to the selection “from Beowulf.” When Beowulf realizes that the battle with the fire dragon will go against him, he a. dies. c. curses fate and blames God. b. continues to
fight. d. allows the fire dragon to inflict a mortal blow.
When Beowulf realizes that the battle with the fire dragon will go against him, he continues to fight.
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