odysseus "cycolps"

odysseus "cycolps"
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  • Cyclops have no muster and no meering no consultation or old tribal ways,but each one dwells in his  own mountain cave dealing out rough justice to wife and child, indifferent to what the others do... (9.60-65)
  • At this I went aboard, and gave the word to cast off by the stern. (9.75)
  • He kept apollo's holy grove at Ismarus; for kindness we showed him there, and showed his wife and child, he gave me seven sginning golden talents perfectly formed.(9.95-100)
  • Across the bay from the land of the Cyclops is a lush, deserted island.Odysseus and his crew land on the island in a dense fog and spend days feasting on wine and wild goats and observing the mainland, where the Cyclopes live. Odysseus and his troops arrive to the isalnd to regroup
  • As we rowed on, and nearer to the mainland,at one end of the bay, we saw a cavern yawning above the water, screened with laurel, and many rams and goats about the place inside a sheepfold- made from  slabs of stone earth fast between tall trunks of pine and rugged towering oak trees. Odysseus looks for any thing to stay and rest
  • My name is Nohbdy: mother, father, and friends, everyone calls me Nohbdy (9.215-220)
  • I had a goatskin full of that sweet liquor that Euanthes' son, Maron, had given me. He kept Appolo's holy grove at Ismarus: for kindness we showed him there, and showed his wife and child.  odysseus makes friends with the company of the cyclops
  • O cyclops! Would you feast on my companions? Puny am I, in a Cavemans hands (9.275)
  • Then his chores being  all dispatched, he caught another his men to make his breakfast and whisked away his great door slab to let his sheep go through but he, behind,reset the stone as one would cap a quiver Odysseus's troops die from the hungy cyclops to save the others
  • Now, by the gods, I drove my big hand spike deep in the embers, charring it again, and cheered my men along with battle talk to keep their courage up: no quitting now Odysseus stabs the cyclops to redeam his fallen alies
  • At this he streched his hands out in  his darkness towards the sky of stars, and prayed Posidon :'O heaar me lord, blue girdler of the islands, if I am thine indeed, and thou art farther: grant that Odysseus, raider of cities, never see his home: Laetes son. Odysseus gives the cyclops his mind
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