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The Odyssey Circe
Updated: 4/28/2020
The Odyssey Circe
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  • "The lone ship then sails to Aeaea, home of the goddess Circe, who is considered by many to be a witch."
  • "Eurylochus leads one platoon to explore the island, while Odysseus stays behind on the ship with the remaining crew."
  • "Dear friends, no need for stealth: here's a young weaver singing a pretty song to set the air a-tingle on these lawns and paven courts. Goddess she is, or lady. Shall we greet her?"
  • "Scarce had they drunk when she flew after them with her long stick and shut them in a pigsty bodies, voices, heads, and bristles, all swinish now, in they went."
  • "Eurylochus tells Odysseus what has happened and begs him to sail away from Circe's island. Against this advice, however, Odysseus rushes to save his men from the enchantress
  • "Circe gives Odysseus a magic drink, but it does not affect him and he threatens to kill her with his sword. Circe turns the pigs back into men but puts them all into a trance."
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