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“You suitors who plague my mother"(Homer 14).
"they all bit their lips"(Homer 2.15).
"See to your feasting elsewhere, devour your own possessions" (Homer 2.14).
"I’ll be lord of my own house and servants"(Homer 2.15).
"about your guest, dear boy, I have some questions"(Homer 2.15).
"his name is Mentes, lord of the Taphian men"(Homer 2.16).
"Now the suitors turned to dance and song"(Homer 2.16)
"There all night long, wrapped in a sheep’s warm fleece, he weighed in his mind the course Athena charted"(Homer 2.17).
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