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Father Zeus, Odysseus is lying in great pain where the the nymph Calypso is holding him. Telemachus is also getting tricked into death buy the people of his country.
Didn't you make the plan to save Odysseus? Well then, Hermes come here!
Hermes, our messenger, go and tell Calypso that we have decided that Odysseus is to return home.
You gods, are always jealous of seeing a woman fancy in a man. If it is truly Zeus' orders I will let him go.
Hello Calypso, Zeus has ordered that you let this man go.
Well, I guess it is time to send you off. I love you very much. Here is some clothes and food for your trip ahead.
Alas, Calypso was correct. I am to face trouble before I get to land.
Wow! The gods decided to free Odysseus while I was gone! Let's give him some trouble.
My poor man. Here take this enchanted veil and put it around your chest. It will protect you from harm. Take it off and throw it back into the sea when you touch land.
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