Odysseus's men's escape from Polyphemus
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Bing Bong Chow
"As soon as Dawn's rose fingers touched the sky, astonished, we explored the island." Pg. 173
They found a high cave near the shore.
"He had gone to pasture his plump flocks" Pg. 175
"The cyclops then returned to his cave. "Afraid, we scrambled, huddling in the back." Pg. 176
"Who are you, strangers?" Pg. 177
"And springing up, he stretched his hands and snatched two of my men and smashed them to the ground like pups. He cut the comrades limb from limb, and then he supped." Pg. 179
The rest of the men then escaped by riding on the sheeps' bellies.
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