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Hrothgar claims that the mere where Grendel and his mother lived is “no good place” (1372). What details does the writer of the epic give the reader to support this claim?

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Grendel and his mother live in a foul swampy lair,

Beneath its surface. That is no good place. When the wind blows up and stormy weather. Makes clouds scud and the skies weep,. Out of its depths a dirty surge