Book 11: The Land Of The Dead
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"Odysseus and his crew set out for the land of the dead. They arrive and find the place which Circe has directed them."
"in rancor of whose son who you blinded... But if you raid the Beeves, I see destruction for ship and crew. Though you survive alone,...insolent men eating you livestock and courting your lady.."
"How is this Elpenor, how could you journey to the western gloom swifter afoot than I in the black lugger"
"I slept on Circe's roof, then could not see the long steep backward ladder, coming down and fell that height. My neck bone, buckled under, snapped, and my found this well of dark."
"Unhappy spirit , I promise you the barrow and burial."
"So we conversed, and grimly, at a distance, with my long sword, between, guarding the blood, while the faint image of the lad spoke on."
"Now came the soul of Anticlea, dead, my mother, daughter of Autolycus, dead now, though living still when I took ship for Holy Troy."
"Odysseus speaks to the shade of his mother. She tells him that Penelope and Telemachus are still grieving for him and that his father, Laertes, has moved to the country, where he, too, mourns his son. Odyseuss' mother explains she died from a broken heart....Filled with horror, Odyseuss and his crew set sail.
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