"Beg pieces of bread from each one of the suitors. You will then be able to see what kind of people they are and to tell the good from the bad"(Homer 1150-151)
Mahayla Jackson Period 6
All of the men gave Odysseus meat and bread that could fill his bag...
"Here you go"
"Sir, give me something. You are not the poorest man here. You seem to be a chief among them all, and therefore you should be the better giver. I was too a rich man once and had a fine house of my own. In those days I gave to many a tramp, no matter who he might be or what he wanted" (Homer 152).
"What god sent such a pest to bother us during dinner? Get out" (Homer 152).
Afterwards, Antinous threw a stool at Odysseus at his shoulder. He stood firm as a rock and shook hi head in silence.