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...a strongpoint on the cost of the Cicones. I stormed that place and killed the men who fought. Olunder we took, and we enslaved women, to make division, equal shares to all... (Page 863)
...We came to the coastline of the Lotus-Eaters, who live upon that flower. We landed there to take on water...They fell in, soon enough, with Lotus Eaters...but those who ate the honeyed plant, the Lotus, never cared to report, nor return... (Page 865)
...Lugging it near the Cyclops as more than natural force nerved them; straight forward they sprinted, lefted it, and rammed it deep in his crater eye... (Page 871)
...Aeolous... sends Odysseus on his way with a gift: a sack containing all the winds.. When they are near home, Odysseus' men open the sack, letting loose a storm that drives them back to Aoelia...
...They sail seven days and arrive in the land of the Laestrygonians, a race of cannibals. These creatures destroy all of Odysseus' ship except for the one he is sailing in. Odysseus and his reduced crew escape and reach Aeaea...
...the island ruled by the sorceress-goddess Circe. She transforms half of the men into swine. Protected by a magic herb, Odysseus demands that Circe change his men back into human form...
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