Odyssey Book 7
By yurioh, Updated
Yuri Oh, Emeli Brewer, Lauren Ho
"'My child, I wonder if you could guide me to the house of Alcinous, the man who is lord of this people?'" (7. 24-26)
My child disguise will truly fool him into believing I'm not Athena (7. 21-23).
"'To your husband and to your knees I come in great distress... grant me but this: a speedy passage home..."' (7. 156-162).
"'Come, help the stranger up and have him sit upon a silver studded chair. And bid the heralds mix wine, so we may pour libations also to Zeus... and let the housekeeper bring out food for our guest"' (7. 171-175).
Odysseus recaps his story to Arete and Alcinous.
"'Who are you, and where do you come from? And who gave you these clothes?"' (7. 254-255).
"' It would be hard, my lady, to tell the take of all my troubles, since the heavenly gods have given me many. But I will tell you what you ask me about"' (7. 258-261).
"'Do not rebuke your blameless daughter for this, my lord. She did tell me to follow along with the girls, but I refused out of fear and shame..."'(7. 324-326).
"'Stranger my daughter was out of line in not bringing you here to our house along with her handmaids, since you went to her first as a suppliant"' (7. 319-322).
"'... Marry my daughter...I would give you a house filled with possessions if you chose to remain, but no Phaeacian will ever keep yo here against your will...as for you send-off...it will be tomorrow..."' (7. 334-342).
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