"...then we saw them turn to grief tallying those whohad not fled from death."
"How do you like that beating that we gave you, you damned cannibal?"
Odysseus and his crew exit the cave. He later untied the men from the bellies of the rams.
The men grieve for their fallen comrades. They also steal Polyphemus' sheep.
"Why bait the beast again? Let him alone!"
Odysseus mocks Polyphemus for not being able to kill him and for disrespecting the gods.
Polyphemus hurls a boulder and throws it at Odysseus and his crew's ship.
The crew pleads to Odysseus to quit taunting Polyphemus.
Odysseus and his crew are able to survive Polyphemus' attack.
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