Odysseus

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  • Odysseus and Lotus Eaters
  • I drove them, all three waling, to the ships, tied them down under their rowing benches and called the rest: "All hands aboard; come, clear the beach and no one taste the Lotus, or you lose your hope of home.
  • Odysseus and the Cyclops
  • Ah, how sound that was! Yet I refused. I wished to see the cave man, what he had to offer--- no pretty sight, it turned out, for my friends.
  • Odysseus and the Land of the Dead
  • Now came the soul of Anticlea, dead, my mother, daughter of Autolycus, dead now, though living still when I took ship for holy troy. Seeing this ghost i grieved, but i held her off through pang on page of tears, till i should know the presence of Tiresias.
  • From this quote we learned that Odysseus cares for his men and we know that he wants to go home always.
  • Odysseus and the Sirens
  • Therefore you are to tie me up, tight as a splint, erect along the mast, lashed to the mast and if I shout and beg to be untied, take more turns of the rope to muffle me.
  • From this quote we learned that Odysseus isn't thinking about the men, that he is being very selfish.. only thinking of himself.
  • Scylla and Charybdis
  • This quote tells us that Odysseus cares more about his men than he does his own personal needs.
  • Odysseus and The Cattle of the Sun God
  • 'O Father Zeus and gods in bliss forever, you made me sleep away this day of mischief! O cruel drowsing, in the evil hour! Here, they sat and a great work they contrived. Lampetia in her long gown meanwhile had borne swift word to the Overlord of Noon: they have killed your kine.'
  • This quote shows us that Odysseus doesn't want his crew to suffer even though he has to suffer.
  • This quote shows us that Odysseus feels bad because he knew that men were going to die going into this and that he cant prevent it.
  • She ate them as they shrieked there, in her den, in the dire grapple, reaching still for me-- and deathly pity ran me through at that sight-- far worst i ever suffered questing the passes of the strange sea.
  • This quote shows us that Odysseus thinks that Zeus is still punishing him for the fall of Troy.
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