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  • "Owl-eyed Athena now came to his house to devise a passage home for Odysseus...Athena rushed in...stood over Nausicaa's head, and spoke to her in the guise of her friend" (6.13-22).
  • "Nausicaa, how could your mother have raised such a careless child?...Wash these clothes at the break of dawn" (6.25-31)
  • "They came to the...laundry pools...When the clothes were washed...they began to play with a ball" (6.85-100)
  • Come on! Let's play!
  • "The girls screamed, and Odysseus awoke. Sitting up, he tried to puzzle it out" (6.116-117).
  • "What kind of land have I come to now?...Are the natives wild and lawless savages"
  • (6.118-119)
  • (6.149-150)
  • "I implore you, Lady: Are you a goddess or mortal?"
  • "Stranger, you do not seem to be a bad man or a fool...I will show you where the city is."
  • (6.191-199)
  • "They trotted on smartly, leaving the river behind" (6.326)
  • "Keep up with my handmaidens...I'll lead the way, and we'll soon come to the city...The market's there, too."
  • (6.267-273)
  • " When they reached the grove...Odysseus sat down there and said this prayer to great Zeus' daughter" (6.329-335).
  • "Hear me, mystic child of the Storm God, O hear me now, as you heard me not when I was shattered by the Earthshaker's blows. Grant that I come to Phaeacia pitied and loved."
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