My Perspectives: British and World Literature Grade 12, Volume One-page 47-Answers

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Grendel, creature – apposition

engaged, fought, emerged – diazeugma

Herot, banquet hall, of King Hrothgar – apposition

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Across the sea, Geaton – ap>does battle, survives, goes home, bearing love – diazeugma, used to establish a sequence.

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Grendel’s mother, a monster beneath the sea, (ap>
Just before his death, Beowulf removed his golden necklace, took off is helmet and other protective gear, and ordered Wiglaf to use it. (diazeugma)

… his death, Beowulf, the hero from Geat, (ap>
(For diazeugma, please see Exercise 1)

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