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  • "Listen with care to this now, and a god will arm your mind. Square in your ship's path are Sirens...(Homer 3-4)"
  • Circe tells Odysseus where to go, and how to get passed the Sirens, Charybdis, and the Scylla.
  • "Going forward I carried wax along the line, and layed it thick in their ears. They tied me up...(Homer 115-117)"
  • Odysseus warned his men about the Sirens. So his men put wax in their ears, and tied Odysseus to the mast. 
  • "...Made me crave to listen, and I tried to say 'Untie me!' to the crew, jerking my brows; but they bent steady to the oars ( Homer 124- 125)."
  • The men rowed on, and Odysseus was held back from the Sirens song due to the help of being tied to the mast, and his men.
  • "Steer for the headland; watch your drift, or we fetch up in the smother, and you drown us.' That was all, and it brought them round to action (Homer 158-160)."
  • Odysseus's men are terrified of the Charybdis, but Odysseus knocks some sense into them and told them to row away as fast as they can.
  • "I sent them on towards the Scylla, I told them nothing, as they could do nothing. They would of dropped their oars again...(Homer 161-162)"
  • Odysseus leads his men toward the Scylla, but says nothing about it. He fears that his men are going to freeze up again.
  • "Whisking six of my best men from the ship. I happened to glance...( Homer 188-189)"
  • The Scylla appeared out of thin air and ate six of Odysseus's men. Odysseus could only sit and watch as they rowed on.
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