Odysseus and his crew sail past the Sirens lovely song
" Square in your ship's path are Sirens, crying beauty to bewitch men coasting by; woe to the innocent who hears that sound! (Homer 4-6)"In this scene, the goddess Circe warns Odysseus about all the challenges they are about to face, continuing their adventure.
Odysseus and his crew encounter the Scylla
"Plug your oarsman's ears with beeswax kneaded soft; none of the rest should hear that song (Homer 392)" In this scene Odysseus informs his crew members about the sirens, tells them the plan, then puts beeswax in their ears to shield them from the sirens' song.
Odysseus and his men face the wrath of the Charybdis
"So all rowed on, until the sirens dropped under the sea rim, and their singing dwindled away (Homer 395)" This scene shows how Odysseus and his crew sail past the sirens without being tempted to draw closer to them.
Odysseus mourns over the loss of six of his crew members
"The Scylla made her strike, whisking six of my best men from the ship (Homer 396)." This scene shows how the Scylla has taken six of Odysseus' best men and how Odysseus and the rest of his crew sailed away from her.
"We rowed on. The Rocks were now behind; Charybdis, too, and scylla dropped astern....(Homer 397)" In this scene Odysseus and the rest of his crew finally get away from the two dangerous creatures (Homer 397)."
"Then you will coast Thrinacia, the island where Helios' cattle graze, fine herds, and flocks of goodly sheep (Homer 394)." This scene shows that Odysseus and the rest of his men sail off to the land Thrinacia to face their next challenge, resisting Helios' cattle.