After being blown off course Odysseus and his men end up at the island of Aeaea. Odysseus gathers a group of men to go explore the island while he stays back
Text Evidence: In the wild wood they found an open glade,around a smooth stone house—the hall of Circe— and wolves and mountain lions lay there, mildin her soft spell, fed on her drug of evil
I'm not going
I hear someone singing. Lets follow the voice .
Text evidence: while she prepared a meal of cheese and barleyand amber honey mixed with Pramnian wine,adding her own vile pinch, to make them losedesire or thought of our dear fatherland.Scarce had they drunk when she flew after them with her long stick and shut them in a pigsty—bodies, voices, heads, and bristles, allswinish now, though minds were still unchanged
Once the men go inside they see Circe who turns them into pigs
The external conflict was when Circe transformed Odysseus men into pigs. Odyssey had to go and rescue his men.
Eurylochus ran back to the ship and told Odysseus what he saw
The resolution came with Hermes help. On his way to Circe Hermes gives Odysseus a plant that will act as an antidote Circe's power. This helps Odysseus resist Circe's power.
Text evidence: Odysseus uses the molu and the witch, overcomeby the plant's magic, frees Odysseus's men. Now, Circe,"loveliest of all immortals," persuades Odysseus to stay, shareher meat and wine, and restore his heart. After many seasons offeasting and other pleasures, Odysseus and his men beg Circeto help them get home: