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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.
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.
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