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  • "The rest of you by ill make the crossing in my own ship, with my own company and find out what the mainland natives are for they may be wild savages."line 70-75
  • "If i killed him we would perish there as well for I could never move his ponderous doorway slab aside.",line 205-209
  • "Cheered my men along with battle talk, to keep their spirits up."284-285
  • "Nobody, nobody's tricked me, nobody ruined me." line 317 
  • Cyclops, if any mortal man ever asks you who it was that inflicted upon your eye this shameful blinding, tell him that you were blinded by Odysseus, sacker of cities. Laertes is his father, and he makes his home on Ithaka." (500-505)
  • “I drew on all my wits, and ran through tactics, reasoning as a man will for dear life, until a trick came and it pleased me well”. Line 332-334
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