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Guided Reading Setting Map for The Odyssey

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  • SETTING MAP
  • For "The Odyssey"
  • TROY
  • ISLAND OF LOTUS EATERS
  • ISLAND OF CYCLOPES
  • "The Odyssey" takes place in many different locations
  • ISLAND OF AEOLUS
  • Events: Odysseus and his men went to fight in the Trojan War. The seas rough, because the gods make the journey home hard to punish them.
  • LAESTRYGONIANS
  • Description: Event(s): 1) They were blown past the route home to this island. 2) 3) ______________# men die
  • CIRCE'S ISLAND
  • Description: Event(s): 1) 2) 3) 4) ______________# men die
  • LAND OF THE DEAD
  • Description: Odysseus and his crew reach the palace of Aeolus, king of the winds Event(s): 1) Aeolus gives him a bags of strong winds to send them home. 2) His men open it at the wrong time.
  • Description: Event(s): 1) 2) 3) 4) ______________# men die
  • Description: The winds blew Odysseus and the men to island of the sorceress named Circe. Event(s): 1) She turns some of the crew into____________________.
  • Circe tells Odysseus that he must consult the blind prophet, Tiresias. 1) Odysseus talks to __________________, ____________________, and ______________________. 2) ________________ warns him to not to harm the sacred cattle of ___________________________.
  • THE SEA/SHIP
  • ISLAND OF HELIOS
  • CALYPSO'S ISLAND
  • ITHACA
  • Description: Scylla is ___________  Charybdis is ___________  Event(s): 1) Odysseus' men put ___________ in their ears to resist the siren's song. 2) ______________# men die
  • Description: They land on this island, but quickly begin to starve. Event(s): 1) 2) 3) ______________# men die
  • Description: Odysseus lands here after fleeing the god's wrath on the island of Helios
  • Description: Odysseus goes to _____________________ first. Event(s): 1) 2)
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