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Circe:"So: all those trials are over. Listen with care to this, now, and a god will arm your mind. " Circe explains their will be no defeating the monster Scylla, as she warned him "Lose headway there along that rock face while you break out arms, and she’ll swoop over you, I fear, once more, taking one man again for each gullet. No, no, put all you backs into it, row on; invoke Blind Force….." in summery she explains how his men need to preserver through it all with no knowledge of what is happening.
Page 928-932 (lines 1-3) Book 12
“A man surfcasting on a point of rock for bass or mackerel, whipping his long of to drop the sinker and the bait far out………wriggling through the air: so these were borne aloft in spasms toward the cliff
Lines 193-198 Book 12
Odysseus says to his men what Circe instructed him to. As they sailed through the horror of Scylla he cheered them on to keep rowing and not stop. They persevered through the situation
Circe: “ Must you have battle in your heart forever? The bloody toil for combat? Old Contender, will you not yield to the immortal gods?” Circe described him as an 'old contender' and that he is somewhat stubborn for not letting for his passion for battle.
Page 932 (Lines 83-88) Book 12
Although in the end Odysseus was the lone survivor he and his crew persevered through the three monsters that he was told about by the blind prophet and by the warnings of Circe.
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