“Then Lord Odysseus reappeared-and his son was thunderstruck. Fear in his eyes, he looked down and away.” (Homer 1022-1024).
Odysseus Reunites with Telemachus
"Then, throwing his arms around this marvel of a father Telemachus began to weep."(Homer 1057-1061)
Odysseus and Telemachus plan to kill the Suitors
"I came to this wild place, directed by Athena, so that we might lay plans to kill our enemies."(Homer 1080-1082).
Count up the suitors for me, let me know what men at arms are there, how many men. I must put all my mind to it, to see if we two by ourselves can take them on or if we should look round for help." (Homer 1083-1087)