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"The bright eyed goddess came to meet him disguised as a young girl carrying a pitcher."
"Odysseus walked straight up the hall wrapped in mist that Athene shed about him, till he reached Arete and King Alcinous and threw his arms around Aretes Knees."
"The faithful housekeeper brought some bread and put it buy him with a choice of delicacies, helping him liberally to all she could offer."
"I asked for help. And she proved what good sense she has, acquitting herself in a way you would not expect in one so young - young people are thoughtless as a rule. But she gave me plenty of bread and sparkling wine, bathed me in the river and provided me with clothes you see."
"I now appoint a day for your departure home: tomorrow. You shall lie deep in sleep while they row you over tranquil seas, till you come to your own country and your house or anywhere else where you would like to go."
Summary of Book 7 On his way to the palace of Alcinous, the King of the Phaeacians Odysseus is stopped by a young girl who is Athena in disguise. She offers to guide him to the Kings house and puts him in a protective mist."
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