Nausicca's trip to the river
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"We'll wash these clothes at the break of dawn. All the best young men in Phaeacia are eager to marry you... wake up now... to carry all these sashes and robes and things" (6.31-38).
"Daddy, would you please hitch up a wagon for me... (6.58)
Of course...Go on...(6.69-71)
'Then they unloaded the clothes, brought them down to the water,and trod them in the trenches... they spread them out neatly on the shore..then they bathed themselves and rubbed rich olive oil on their skin" (6.90-97).
"I am afraid to touch your knees.Yet my pain is great...Pity me, mistress...Show me the way to town, and give me a rag to throw over myself"(6.168-181).
"So let's feed this stranger, give him something to drink, and bathe him in the river, out of the wind" (6.214-216).
"...throw your arms around my mother's knees, if you want to see your homeland soon, however far it may be. If she smiles upon you, there is hope that you will return to your home and see your loved ones again"(6.321-324).
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