The Phaeacians dropped Odysseus off at Ithaca when he was asleep. When Odysseus wakes up it's very foggy and he thinks that the Phaeacians dropped him off at a random place and is filled with anger. Poseidon is also filled with anger because the Phaeacians brought Odysseus back and he seeks revenge.
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Poseidon turns the Phaeacians' ship into a boulder to get his revenge and the Phaeacians panic.
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Athena conceals her identity from Odysseus and he conceals his. When Athena reveals her identity she tells Odysseus to seek revenge on his suitors and tells him about one in particular, Telemachus, and then tells him to hide in Eumaeus' hut.
Athena disguises Odysseus and he does to Eumaeus' hut. Eumaeus is friendly and invites him to stay the night. They talk about Odysseus and become closer.
Still disguised, Athena tells Telemachus, Odysseus' son, to return to Ithaca and to stop at Eumaeus' hut first. Telemachus sets off the next day to Ithaca.
Telemachus sets out for Ithaca and sees an eagle carrying a goose. This symbolizes Odysseus swooping down on his home and getting revenge.