Sailing from troy

Sailing from troy

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  • I am Laertes' son, Odysseus
  • LAND HO!!!!
  • Pg 1047 line 23 " I am Laertes' son Odysseus." In this scene Odysseus is speaking to Alcinous about his journey and his hopes to get home to Ithaca.
  • Get back to the ship!
  • NO
  • Pg 1047 lines 40-43 " The wind that carried west from Ilium brought me to Ismarus, on the far shore, strong point on the coast of Cicones"
  • Back to the ship men!!!
  • Pg 1047 line 43 "I stormed that place and killed the men who fought."
  • AHHHH!!
  • Pg 1047 line 44, "Plunder we took, and we enslaved the women..." lines 46-47, "Backing quickly out to sea again! My men were mutinous fools on stores of wine."
  • Page 1048 line Line 50-51 "... While fugitives went inland to call the main force of Ciones." Line 53-54 " My men stood up and made a fight of it- backed on the ship, with lances kept in play."
  • page 1048 Line 63 "... six benches were left empty in every ship..." Lines 67-68 " No ship made sail next day until some shipmate had raised a cry, three times for each poor ghost."
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