Isaiah Crumpler's Storyboard about The Test of the Great Bow
Updated: 11/24/2020
Isaiah Crumpler's Storyboard about The Test of the Great Bow

Storyboard Description

Summary of "The Test of the Great Bow" - Odysseus is still disguised as a beggar, he has made it to his palace in Ithaca. Penelope has a competition for the suitors to be here new boyfriend because "Odysseus" has not came back home after 20 years. The event was to string Odysseus's bow and shoot an arrow through all 12 axes. The suitors struggle to string the bow, they complained about how hard it was to string the bow. The beggar/Odysseus invites himself into the event, strings the Great Bow with patience and ease and shoots an arrow between all 12 axes. The suitors are in shock and are now frightened by Odysseus.

Storyboard Text

  • Penelope has a context for the suitors: Suitors, this is my lord Odysseus bow. Whoever can bend and string it, sends an arrow through iron ax-helve sockets, twelve in line, I join my life with his.
  • "It is impossible to string the bow and shoot it through all 12 axes" -Suitors
  • Penelope has left the men in the center of the palace. None of the suitors could string Odysseus Bow.
  • "I guess it's time for me to reveal myself" -Odysseus *Talking to himself*
  • Odysseus strings the bow, his bow, and shoots an arrow between all 12 axes.
  • "Telemachus, the stranger you welcomed in your hall has not disgraced you. I did not miss, neither did I take all day stringing the bow. -Odysseus
  • From being a beggar into being Odysseus, Telemachus stands by his dad side no matter what because Odysseus came back for his family.
  • Summary of "The Test of the Great Bow" - Odysseus is still disguised as a beggar, he has made it to his palace in Ithaca. Penelope has a competition for the suitors to be here new boyfriend because "Odysseus" has not came back home after 20 years. The event was to string Odysseus's bow and shoot an arrow through all 12 axes. The suitors struggle to string the bow, they complained about how hard it was to string the bow. The beggar/Odysseus invites himself into the event, strings the Great Bow with patience and ease and shoots an arrow between all 12 axes. The suitors are in shock and are now frightened by Odysseus.