How does Beowulf display his conquest of Grendel?
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Answered by jill d #170087
Beowulf "hauls" Grendel's head into the mead hall. Grendel's head serves as his trophy of conquest.
Grendel's head was hauled by the hair,
dragged across the floor where the people were drinking,
a horror for both queen and company to behold.