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The Enchantress Circe
Updated: 3/11/2020
The Enchantress Circe
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  • Eurylochus: "Dear friends, no need for stealth: here's a young weaver singing a pretty song to set the air atingle on these lawns and paven courts. Goddess she is, or lady. Shall we greet her?"(line 557-560)
  • "So reassured, they all cried out together, and she came swiftly to the shining doors to call them in. All but Eurylochus- who feared a snare- the innocents went after her."(line 561-564)
  • "Scarce had they drunk when she flew after them with her long stick and shut them in a pigsty..."(line 570-571)
  • "Down to the ship Eurylocbus came running to cry alarm, foul magic doomed his men!"(line 566-567)
  • "Odysseus leaves the ship and rushes to Circe's hall. The god Hermes stops him to give him a plant that will weaken Circe's powers."(description on page 675)
  • "The goddess, realizing she has met her match, frees Odysseus's men."(description on page 675)
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