On your journey, here are the dangers you will face...
I shall tie you with this rope captain.
I will create the earwax in which you shall put in your ears, but you must tie me down to listen to the sirens.
Yellow box Pg 1071. " Odysseus returns to Circes island." Odysseus and his men go to her island,
HERE THE SIRENS COME!
Yellow box Pg 1071. "The goddess reveals his course to him and gives advice on how to avoid the danger..." Circe tells Odysseus about his journey.
Text Pg 1071 - 1072 Line 695 " Therefore you are to tie me up, tight as a splint..." Line 707 "I carved a massive cake of beeswax into bits and rolled them into my hands..." Odysseus rolls beeswax for his men to put in his ears and tells them his plan.
Pg. 1072 Line 715, " Soon, as we came smartly within hailing distance, the 2 Sirens, noting our fast ship off their point, made ready..." Odysseus and his men approach the Sirens
Pg 1072, Line 720 through 744. Here is where they sang their song to the men. (As shown in the picture.) The Sirens sing and Odysseus listens.
Pg. 1073 Line 751-755 "So all rowed on,until the sirens dropped under the the sea rim... ( Pic shows them rowing away.) The men row away into the sunset.
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