The Odyssey

The Odyssey

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  • Land ahoy!
  • LAWS
  • I have no laws!
  • When the men landed they got off the boat and found a cave.
  • BahBahBah
  • Lets take all of the stuff in here!
  • After entering the cave the men wanted to take everything when they heard a noise.
  • Cheese
  • Go out into the outside yard my animals. Man this is heavy.
  • The noise was the Cyclops heaving a big rock in front of the cave entrance.
  • On page 1050 lines 110-115, "In the next land we found were cyclopes, giants, louts without a law to bless them. In ignorance leaving the fruitage of the Earth in the mystery to the immortal gods they neither plow nor sow by hand nor till the ground though grain wild wheat and barley grows unattended and white grapes in clusters ripen in heavens rain."
  • Treat us well or our god Zeus will destroy you! Our ship was destroyed upon the rocks by Poseidon.
  • I don't care about your gods, for I am way stronger than them. Now where is your ship?
  • The Cyclops realized Odysseus and his men were in the cave and began talking to them.
  • Page 1051 lines 167-169, "Why not take these cheeses, get them stowed, come back, throw open all the pens, and make a run for it?."
  • Why did you smash our mens brains out!?
  • After talking the Cyclops quicly grabbed two men and killed them.
  • Page 1051-1052 lines 182-185, "He left his rams and he-goats in the yard outside, and swung high overhead a slab of solid rock to close the cave."
  • Oh no!
  • If I kill him I wont be able to escape...
  • Quickly Odysseus pulled his sword to the Cyclops when he realized if e killed the Cyclops who would open the entrance.
  • Page 1053 lines 222-225, "I would not let you go for fear of Zeus--You and your friends-- Unless I had a whim to. Tell me where was it, now you left your ship-- around the point, or down the shore, I wonder."
  • Page 1053 lines 233-235, "In one stride he clutched at my companions and caught two in his hands like squirming puppies to beat there brains out, spattering on the floor."
  • Page 1053 lines 247-250, "I had touched the spot when sudden fear stayed me: if I killed him we perished there as well, for we could never move his ponderous doorway slab away."
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