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The Odyssey "The Bewitching Queen of Aeaea" By: Alex Glowiak
"We next put in at the island of Aeolus. Zeus had made him Keeper of the Winds. So when I'd entertained Aeolus for a month with tales of Troy, he was kind enough to provide a steady breeze to blow us home. He even gave me an assortment of storm winds to stow on board, tied up in a leather bag."
"Nine days later we were just off Ithaca, so close that people could be seen ashore going about their work. I had dozed off, exhausted by manning the sail myself the whole way. Now my men noticed the bag that Aeolus had given me."
"'Why does the captain get all the booty?' they wanted to know. 'What have we got to show for our sea-roving?'"
"So they opened it and let loose a hurricane that blew us all the way back to Aeolus's island. Hangdog, I appeared once more before him and asked if he would send us home again. He kicked me right out of there."
Storyboard, Period 7 The Odyssey Book X
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