Odysseus

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  • After leaving Troy, Odysseus should not have started a war because they already had a truce and he broke it.
  • The war between the Cicones and Odysseus
  • Leaving Troy, Odysseus heads towards Ismaus, the town of the Cicones. Odysseus and his men raid and kill the Cicones until they kill 72 of Odysseus' men. Odysseus and his men then flee.
  • The Lotus Eaters
  • Odysseus' men should not have ate the lotus because when they did they refused to leave the island. Because they refused, it made it hard for Odysseus to drag everyone to their boats.
  • They fell in, soon enough, with Lotus Eaters, who showed no will to do us harm, only offering the sweet Lotus to our friends, but those who ate this honeyed plant, the Lotus, never cared to report, nor to return: they longed to stay forever, browsing on that native bloom, forgetful of their homeland.
  • The Cyclopes (Part 1)
  • Across the bay from the land of the Cyclopes is a lush, deserted island. Odysseus and his crew land on the island in a dense fog and spend several days feasting on wine and wild goats and observing the mainland, where the Cyclopes live. On the third day, Odysseus and his company of men set out to learn if the Cyclopes are friends or foes.
  • The Cyclopes (Part 2)
  • My ship? Poseidon Lord, who sets the earth a-tremble, broke it up on the rocks at your land's end. A wind from seaward served him, drove us there. 190 We are survivors, these good men and I.'
  • You are a ninny, or else you come from the end of nowhere, telling me mind the gods!
  • The Cyclopes (Part 3)
  • Ah well, if nobody has played you foul there in your lonely bed, we are no use in pain given by great Zeus. Let it be your father, Poseidon Lord, to whom you pray.'
  • 'Nohbdy, Nohbdy's tricked me, Nohbdy's ruined me!'
  • The Cyclopes (Part 4)
  • So we moved out, sad in the vast offing, having our precious lives, but not our friends.
  • The Theme for book 9 is bravery because they faced the Cyclops and survived without being eaten.
  • Gabby Pinto
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