In Beowulf, what does the story suggest about the future of the kingdom after Beowulf's death?
At the end of Beowulf, the unknown author does not leave any direct information about what the state of the kingdom will be--given Beowulf's passing. In the final chapter of the text, the text states
the men of Geatland, his hearth-companions, mourned their hero's passing, and said that of all the kings of the earth, he was the mildest and most belovéd of his...
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