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Alright men I'm going to tie myself to the mast, Be sure you have wax in Your Ears!
Odysseus remembers what Circe says: "plug your oarsmen's ears with beeswax kneaded soft; none of the rest should hear that song. But if you wish to listen, let your men tie you in the lugger hand and foot, back to the mast." If He does not do this, he and all of his crew members will crash into the rocks. PG. 932
As Odysseus is Tied to the mast listening these next minutes of rowing is very boring for Odysseus' men. "as we came smartly within hailing distance, the two sirens, noting our fast ship off their point, made ready, and they sang." PG. 933
After they Had Passed the Sirens, Odysseus and his crew were in for a real treat. "Oars flew from their hands; the blades went knocking wild alongside till the ship lost way." Odysseus and his crew were amazed at the huge tidal wave monster. PG. 933
"Get the oarshafts in your hands, and lay back hard on your benches." said Odysseus. Odysseus and his men are on the edge of death. All of his men are prepared for battle against Scylla in the distance.
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