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- PART 27 TO PART 31 — BEOWULF'S RETURN TO GEATLAND. Beowulf Beowulf gains the crown of Geatland after the deaths of Higlac and Herdred.
- SETTING (PLACE) · Denmark and Geatland (a region in what is now southern. Sweden). PROTAGONIST · Beowulf.
- Apr 30, 2011 Beowulf – Geat Warrior later King of Geatland. Hunding/Wiglaf – Friend to Beowulf/Hunding's son.
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- The poem is set mainly in Denmark and Geatland. (now southern Sweden) during the sixth century.
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- villain who disrupts civil order and who ravages Geatland in his single-minded desire to usurp the throne.
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- The poem ends with Beowulf's burial in his native Geatland on a cliff overlooking the sea. According to the legend, the treasure of the dragon – which is slain by Beowulf's loyal thanes as he lies dying – is buried alongside him.
- Historically, Geatland was a land in the south of modern day Sweden which was made up of petty kingdoms called in old Norse "Gautar" by the inhabitants.
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- Return to Geatland. b eowulf and his men returned home. The ship flew like a bird with foam at its throat across the waves.
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