The Odyssey: Chapter 21

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  • Book 21: The Test of the Bow
  • Antinous and Eurymachus Leaders of the suitors
  • I can't even string that bow!
  • You'll participate in an archery contest using this bow that belonged to Odysseus.
  • Penelope Queen of Ithaca
  • Book 21: The Test of the Bow
  • Impossible!
  • I'm actually Odysseus!
  • Book 21: The Test of the Bow
  • How did he do that!?
  • Penelope, the queen of Ithaca, proposes an archery contest for her hand in marriage. Most of the suitors except Antinous and Eurymachus couldn't string the bow.
  • Book 22: Death in the Great Hall
  • Odysseus reveals his true identity to two faithful servants: Eumaeus, the swineherd, and Philoetius, the cowherd. He did this by revealing a hunting scar.
  • Book 22: Death in the Great Hall
  • Odysseus participates in the archery contest and is able to win it. This shocks all of the suitors.
  • Odysseus starts killing the suitors. First he kills the ringleaders, Antinous and Eurymachus. His son gets the weapons for the two servants and themselves.
  • With the weapons in hand the four men finish off the suitors.
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