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Here the bard is singing and King Alcinous notices that Odysseus starts weeping hearing the story of The Trojan horse at Troy.
There, he sang, Odysseus fought the grimmest fight he had ever braved but he won through at last, thanks to Athena's superhuman power.
Let Demodocus rest his ringing lyre now- this song he sings can hardly please us all.
King Alcinous starts to ask Odysseus who is his. He asks Odysseus to tell him the truth and not deceive him.
So don't be crafty now, my friend, don't hide the truth I'm after. Come, tell us the name they call you there at home
King Alcinous asks Odysseus to tell him his story, what his has seen and where he has been. He asks why does you weep when you hear the fate of Argives, not knowing that Odysseus was there too.
Tell us your story now, and tell it truly. Whats lands of men have you seen? Tell me why you weep when you hear the fate of Argives at Troy? Did you lose someone close at Troy, perhaps a friend?
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