The Oddessey

The Oddessey
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  • Stear towards Scylla, and away for Charbdis. It is better to lose 6 mean then for all to perish. 
  • Charybdis
  • Scylla
  • Scylla and Charybdis  By: Allie Filzen
  • Heads up, Lads! Get the oarshafts in your hands, and lay back hard on your benches. 
  • Before leaving, Circe warns Odysseus about an upcoming obstacle. 
  • Odysseus!! Help Odysseus!
  • Scylla is a giant, six-headed, man-eating monster, and Charybdis is a whirlpool
  • We must row on. The rocks are behind now; Charybdis, too, and Scylla dropped astern.
  • As they steered towards the island, the men became frightened, but Odysseus hadn´t told them about Scylla and Charybdis yet. He decided not to in fear of frightening them even more. 
  • As the ship sailed by, Scylla snatched six of Odysseus´ best men.
  • The crew continued to sail away from Scylla, as she dropped back into sleep.
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