Odyssey Part 3
Updated: 11/5/2018
Odyssey Part 3
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  • Odysseus and The Sirens
  • " Sweet coupled airs we sing. No lonely seafarer Holds clear of entering Our green mirror. Pleased by each purling note Like Honey twining From her throat and my throat Who lies a-pining? "
  • Odysseus and Scylla and Charybdis
  • " Then Scylla made her strike, whisking six of my best men from the ship. I happened to glance aft at ship and oarsmen and caught sight of their arms and legs, dangling high overhead. "
  • Odysseus and Helios, The Sun God
  • " Thus Eurylochus: and they murmered 'Aye! Trooping away at once to round up heifer. Now, that day tranquil cattle with broad brows were grazing near, and soon the men drew up around their chosen ceremony. "
  • Odysseus and Calypso
  • " Son of Laertes and the gods of old, Odysseus, master if landways and seaways, dissemble to your son no longer now. "
  • Odysseus and Alcinous
  • " Odysseus has finished telling his story to the Phaeacians. The next day. Young Phaeacian noblemen conduct him home by ship. He arrives in Ithaca after an absence of twenty years. "
  • Odysseus and Telemachus
  • " Stranger you are no longer what you were just now! Your cloak is new; even you skin! You are on of the gods who rule the sweep of heaven! 
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