Odysseus's Plan

Odysseus's Plan
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  • They sailed back home but left me here. 
  • "He had a skillful worker in wood make a huge wooden horse which was hollow and so big it could hold a number of men." Pg. 196
  • There is no one here! The war is over!
  • "The idea was that all the other Greeks should strike camp, and apparently put out to sea, but they would really hide beyond the nearest island where they could not be seen by the Trojans." pg. 196
  • Lets go get them!
  • "His plan was to leave a single Greek behind in the deserted camp, primed with a tale calculated to make the Trojans draw the horse into the city- and without investigating it."  pg. 196
  • I don't want to be a slave!
  • "Then, rejoicing in their good fortune, believing the war ended and Athena's favor restored to them, they went to their houses in peace as they had not for ten years." pg 199
  • "In the middle of the night the door in the horse opened." pg. 199
  • "All that was left of Troy was a band of helpless captive women, whose husbands were dead, whose children had been taken from them. They were waiting for their masters to carry them overseas to slavery."  pg. 200
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