Book XXII

Book XXII
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  • Here is a task that has been achieved, without any deception. Now I shall shoot at another mark, one that no man yet has struck, if I can hit it and Apollo grants me the glory.
  • Stranger, it is badly done to hit men. You will never achieve any more trials. Now your sudden destruction is certain, for now you have struck down the man who was far the greatest of the youth of Ithaka. For that, the vultures shall eat you.
  • Odysseus kills Antinoos, and one of the other suitors scolds him.
  • Odysseus angrily reveals himself.
  • You dogs, you never thought that I would any more come back from the land of Troy, and because of that you despoiled my household, and forcibly took my serving women to sleep beside you, and sought my wife while I was still alive, fearing neither the immortal gods who hold the wide heaven, nor any resentment sprung from my men to be yours in the future. Now upon all of you the terms of destruction.
  • Odysseus then murders all of the suitors, Telemachos blocking the exit so they can´t escape. They are helped by the grey-eyed goddess Athene.
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