Jason Lam Period 6 Storyboard
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"Now, by the gods, I drove my big hand spike deep in the embers, charring it again,"(Homer pg 380 282-283)
"In the wild wood they found an open glade around a smooth stone house-the hall of Circe-and wolves and mountain lions,"(Homer pg 386 1-3)
"I swore to sacrifice a black lamb, handsomest of all our flock...I crouched with my drawn sword to keep the surging phantoms from the bloody pit"(Homer pg. 388 6-7 22-23)
Odysseus drives the pike (or pointed stake) into the cyclops eyes with his cremates blinding the cyclops.
"let the men tie you in the lugger, hand and foot, back to the mast, lashed to the mast, so you may hear those harpies' thrilling vooices;,"(Homer pg392 15-18)
Odysseus travels thro a forests and finds the soreress Circe with wild animals resting around her home like domestic animals.
"Charybdis lurks below to swallow down the dark sea tide. Three times from dawn to dusk she spews it up and sucks it down again three times,"(Homer Pg 393 61-65)
Odysseus vows to sacrifice a black lamb to use its blood to communicate with the dead. He also uses a sword to keep the spirits of the dead away until Tiresias appears.
"what shall i say first? What shall i keep until the end? the gods have tried me in a thousand ways."(Odysseus from The Odyssey by Homer(page 372 1-4)
Odysseus in order to forfil his own pride decides to instead of fill his ears with beeswax like the rest of his crew he ties himself to the mast to listen to the siren's tempting voice
Odysseus in the movies thravels thro the great Charybdis a monster which sucks all who fall before it.
Odysseus introduces himself to King Alcinous. He tell the stories of his great adventures to the crowd and than grants him a ship and crew to bring him back home to Ithaca
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