Which evidence from the passage best supports the inference that hrothgar is a generous king?
In the book "Beowulf: A New Verse Translation" by Seamus Heaney, Hrothgar is the ruler of the danes. Hrothgar wished Beowulf health and good luck, and named him hall-warden. The evidence from the passage that best supports the inference that Hrothgar is a generous king is “There’s nothing you wish for / that won’t be yours if you win”
the answer is D “ There’s nothing you with for / that won’t be yours if you win’”
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The correct answer is D.
By saying "There’s nothing you wish for that won’t be yours if you win," King Hrothgar shows that he would be willing to give everything Beowulf could ever want if he were to return from battle victorious.
This speaks volumes of his generosity and his wish to reward those who are loyal and helpful.