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We have returned to Circe's
Listen to me if you want to go home
Odysseus and his men return to Circe's.
"Sirens weaving a haunting song over the sea, we are to shun"
The goddess reveals his course to Odysseus and gives advice to avoid the dangers he will give.
"She urged that I alone should listen to there song"
Odysseus and his men leave Circe's island and let the breeze take them where ever it goes while they rest.
While our good ship made time, bound outward down the wind for the strange island of Sirens
Odysseus tells his men what Circe told him.
Odysseus tells his men that he needs to listen to the Sirens song, and that they need to tie him up to the ship.
Odysseus and his men are ariving at the strange island of the Sirens.
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