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WHOAH!! Ae you a god? How can you transform like that?
Is it truly you?!
Son, I'm no god. I am your father, Odysseus, home at last.
It is indeed!
Yes Father but you must understand, there are more than just a few suitors. There are over 100!
Now that I am home, we must destroy all the suitors!!
Have faith! The gods are on our side!
Page 338-339 Line 12-27 The words were still on his lips when his own son stood in the doorway, there. The swineherd started up, amazed, he dropped the bowles with a clatter–he’d been busy mixing riddy wine. Straight to the prince he rushed and kissed his face and kissed his shining eyes, both hands, as the tears rolled down his cheeks. As a father, brimming with love, welcomes home his darling only son in a warm embrace–what pain he’s borne for him and him alone!–home now, in the tenth year from far abroad, so the loyal swineherd hugged the beaming prince, he clung for dear life, covering him with kisses, yes, like one escaped from death. Eumaeus wept and sobbed, his words flew from the heart: “You’re home, Telemachus, sweet light of my eyes”
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