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Despite Eurylochus' better judgment, the other members of the crew free their leader, Odysseus, from the mast of the ship.
Why could you idiots not untie me sooner? And why are you smiling? We almost died.
The men are very happy that they survived and relieved that there are no more obstacles to go through, or so they believe.
Almost died at your hand. We're just happy we survived.
As the ship continues moving south, they move farther away from the island of the Sirens and their singing becomes softer until it can no longer be heard.
Eurylochus asks why the son of Laertes and the gods of old, master mariner and soldier requires being saved by the crew when the roles should be opposite.
"Why do we serve this man like he is a competent king? Everyone on this crew dies at his behest and he is blindsided by his desire for lust."
In his mind, Eurylochus continues to rant about the absence of home, Ithaca, on home and about the thoughtlessness of their ruler for 20 years away from home.
"Constantly, he must be reminded of his home. Our home. A place of no return for this crew, thanks to his thoughtlessness."
Eurylochus and another member of the crew share the feeling of anger that they will not be returning home.
We will never return home.
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