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After many of his men are killed and eaten by the gigantic cannibals called Laestrygonians, Odysseus' ship lands on Aeaea, the home of witch Circe
Low she sang in her beguiling voice, while on her loom she wove an ambrosial fabric sheer and bright, by that craft known to the goddesses of heaven.
Scarce had they drunk when she flew after them with her long stick and shut them in a pigsty
Odysseus leaves the ship and rushes to Circe's hall. The god Hermes stops to give him a plant that will weaken Circe's power.
Protected by the plant's magic, Odysseus resists Circe's sorcery. The witch, realizing she has met her match, frees Odysseus' men.
Circe persuades Odysseus to stay with her. There Odysseus shares her meat and wine, and she restores his heart.
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