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  • "Calypso knows where to find Odysseus. Everyday for the last seven years he's sat on the same rock gazing out to sea, weeping for home and Penelope."
  • "So, my fellow gods have taken pity on Odysseus. If Zeus wills it, then he's headed home. But not before I give him a voyage to remember." 
  • "Odysseus is thrown overboard and buried under a wall of water. When he emerges gasping and sputtering, he somehow manages to clamber back aboard." 
  • "I am Odysseus of Ithaca. And here is my tale since setting out from Troy;"
  • Penelope now appears before the suitors in her glittering veil. "Whoever strings this bow," she says, "and sends an arrow straight through the sockets of twelve ax heads lined in a row--that man will I marry."
  • Penelope rushes into his arms. The joy they share is like that of a drowning man who feels solid ground beneath his feet once more.
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