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is there a shore guard in this poem? What purpose does he
serve? Grettir and King Olaf: correspondences to Beowulf?
is a scene from Sturla Gunnarsson's Beowulf and Grendel,
kindly sent to me by Mr. Gunnarsson, depicting Hrothgar cradling
Grendel's arm. The scene asks us to consider how the famous
death of Grendel substitutes for Hrothgar's legacy, for a
son to carry on his name. He cradles the story that will bear
his fame, while his wife sits at a distance, her thoughts