Highlighting Robert Nye’s Beowulf: A New Telling Chapter IV

Quotes from Chapter IV: Beowulf of Robert Nye’s Beowulf: A New Telling. Be sure to catch the first, second, and third chapter’s highlights if you haven’t already.

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  • 20: Beowulf had made the best of all he had, putting each imperfection to work in the service of his integrity. Thus, his real strength lay in the balance of his person―which is, perhaps, another way of saying that he was strong because he was good, and good because he had the strength to accept things in him that were bad.
  • 21: The horseman drew himself up proudly. “I am Hrothgar’s coastgaurd,” he shouted. “No one bent on mischief gets past me.”
  • 23-24: Beowulf looked about him as he marched, taking everything in, tall cliffs and deep valleys, each tumbling stream and pebble winking brightly in the sun. His head moved on his shoulders like a bird’s: alert, inquisitive, shrewd.
  • 24: The coastguard watched them go, thinking how brave and doomed they looked, until they were so far away that he could no longer hear the clinking of their armor.

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