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"I drew on all my wits, and ran through tactics." (Fitzgerald, 373)
"Load this herd." (Fitzgerald, 425)
"Odysseus, raider of cities, took your eye: Laertes' son, whose home's on Ithaca." (Fitzgerald, 459-460)
Odysseus has come up with a plan on how to escape. He tied his men underneath the cyclops's rams. They then would be able to exit the cave unseen when he would let them graze around outside.
This shows that Odysseus and his crew have escaped from Polyphemus. They proceed to load the rams onto the ship and make way back on the journey home.
Odysseus sees Polyphemus on the land as they go away on the ship. Odysseus is shouting at him and bragging how he tricked him. Polyphemus grabs a boulder and throws it at the ship but it comes short of distance. They continued onward.
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