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What remedies did the Danes tried before the arrival of Beowulf?

Does any one Know/

This is a good translation of the original -- very readable in today's English:
http://lone-star.net/literature/beowulf/
Be sure to read "The Adventure Begins Here" and "Episode 2" -- then let me know what you think they did.

The following websites might be helpful as you continue to read this work:
http://www.studyguide.org/beowulf.htm
and
http://cla.calpoly.edu/~dschwart/engl512/beowulf.html

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Thank you writeacher Reading it in todays English made it so much clearer, and I found that they went to heathen temples, worshipped idols and .
called upon the devil for help.

Much appreciated

You're very welcome. An up-to-date translation always helps!!

And your answers are right!

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