If Grendel wins, it will be a gruesome day;he will glut himself on the Geats in the war-hall, swoop without

If Grendel wins, it will be a gruesome day;he will glut himself on the Geats in the war-hall, swoop without fear on that flower of manhoodas on others before. Then my face won’t be thereto be covered in death: he will carry me awayas he goes to ground, gorged and bloodied;he will run gloating with my raw corpseand feed on it alone, in a cruel frenzy, fouling his moor-nest. This version of Grendel is more than the version in John Gardner’s novel. a) viciousb) sensitivec) anxiousd) gentle

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