Circe by Adriana Cox and Virginia Jiron
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There, the wind king, Aeolus, does Odysseus a favor. He puts all the stormy winds in a bag so that they will not harm the Ithacans. (pg.911)
But during the voyage, the suspicious and curious sailors open the bag, thinking it contains treasure, and the evil winds roar up into hurricanes to threaten the luckless Odysseus again. (pg.911)
Goddess she is, or lady, Shall we greet her? So reassured, they all cried out together and she came swiftly to the shining doors to call them in. (pg.911)
Scarce they had drunk when she flew after them with her long stick and shut them in a pigsty- bodies, voices, heads and bristles, all swinish now, though minds were still unchanged. (pg.912)
Protected by the plant's magic, Odysseus resists Circe's sorcery. The witch, realizing she has met her match, frees Odysseus' men. (pg.913)
But after many seasons of feasting and other pleasures, Odysseus and his men beg Circe to help them get home. She responds to their pleas with the command that Odysseus alone descend to the Land of the Dead, (pg.913)
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