Memorable / striking passages that connect you to this statement from Seamus Heaney:

” . . . the keel of the poetry is deeply set in the element of sensation . . .” (xxi)

If time allows, Three more entries on the “Heart of a Monster (Grendel)” spreadsheet–under the headings of “quality” and “origin”

How much sympathy does the poet evoke (in the audience) toward Grendel–directly or indirectly?

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