The Odyssey: Part Two

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  • Chapter 6: Aeolia
  • Aeolia, the wind king, was very hospitable towards Odysseus and his soldiers. He gave them a bag full of wind to help assist their journey back home. However, Odysseus's men opened it too early, and then were sent by a huge storm back to the island.
  • Chapter 7: Circe
  • Circe, a deceptive and evil goddess, tricked a few of Odysseus's men into drinking wine that turns them into pigs. Odysseus, after hearing from Eurylochus, begged and pleaded with her to let his soldiers be free.
  • Circe, please let my men go! I will do anything.
  • Chapter 8: Land of the Dead
  • Odysseus was sent to visit the Land of the Dead and seek information from the prophet, Tiresias. While there, he reunited with many dead friends and family members, including his own mother. Tiresias tells Odysseus that he must return home on a foreign boat and must kill the suitors waiting for him.
  • Odysseus, listen carefully to me.
  • Chapter 9: Sirens, Scylla, and Charybdis
  • While on their journey, Odysseus and his men encounter several monsters. Sirens, Scylla, and Charybdis are monsters who live near each other by a small strand of islands. It is impossible to avoid all of them, so Odysseus had to make the decision to head towards Scylla, where only six men would be taken, rather than the entire ship.
  • Keep your ear plugs in!
  • Chapter 10: Cattle of the Sun god
  • Odysseus, we are tired and need to rest. Let's stay on this island.
  • Odysseus was warned to stay clear of the Sun god's cattle. However, his men were weary and begged to stop the boat on the island. Although the soldiers were given clear instructions to not eat the cattle, they did so anyways. Helios was enraged. Odysseus prayed to the gods to spare his men.
  • No, or we will be tempted to eat the cattle!
  • Telemachus, I am so glad to see you.
  • Chapter 11: Reunion with Telemachus
  • When back in Ithaca, Odysseus disguises himself as a beggar to not draw attention. He is greeted by old staff and lead into a room with Telemachus and other workers. When the workers leave the room, Odysseus reveals himself to Telemachus. His rags are rags disappear and he is wearing new clothes, seeming almost god-like. After Odysseus is cleaned up, Telemachus recognizes him.
  • Who are you? You do not look like my father.
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