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Who tries to avenge Grendel's death? a)his mother b)Beowulf c)no one
The correct answer is A: Grendel's mother comes to revenge. Thanks for your question!
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User: Who tries to avenge Grendel's death? a)his mother b)Beowulf c)no one

Weegy: The correct answer is A: Grendel's mother comes to revenge. Thanks for your question!
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User: What does Hrothgar caution Beowulf against? a)jealousy b)hatred c)pride

Weegy: The Answer is C - Pride. Hrothgar caution's beowulf to not become complacent. He warns him to not rest on his laurels and pride, and to stay vigilant. Hrothgar even comes close to blaming himself for the arrival of Grendel.
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User: To whom does Beowulf give the treasures he has earned? a)Hrothgar b)Hygelac c)Heorot

Weegy: The Answer is A: Hrothgar.
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User: Which of the following is the best summary of Beowulf's last words? a)You are a good man to have worked with, but I must leave now. b)We are members of a great, proud, and dying group of people. I, too, must die. c)I have no other choice but to die like all of our great forefathers, the Waegmundings.

Weegy: The Answer is C. Beowulf tells Wiglaf that he is last one left of the thanes and it is now his job to carry on the tradition: "Fate has swept away all my kinsmen, earls in their strength, to destined death. I have to go after"
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User: Which heroic quality was Beowulf not eulogized as having? a)eagerness b)bravery c)kindness d)courtesy

Weegy: The answer is A - Eagerness.
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