Come this way, you lords and captains of Phaeacia, come to the meeting grounds and learn about the stranger.
Book 8 of the Odyssey
Everyone! Come meet the stranger. As our guest, we must treat him and his crew of 52 people well with a feast.
While at the banquet, Odysseus cries when remembered of the events of Troy and he longs for home.
I have to tell you all. I am Odysseus and I will tell you why I grieve so much about the Trojan War.
Laodamas thinks that Odysseus, the stranger would not fare well in any contest, like a race. Unbeknowest to him, Odysseus destroys the competition in races and tosses, etc. And he asks for any man to challenge him, as he knows he will win
Stranger, you don't look like you would fare well in a race.
Demodocus sings the story about Odysseus and the Trojan Horse. This leads Odysseus to cry once more and the people wonder why which forces Odysseus to tell who he really is.
I will sing the story of the Great Odysseus and the Trojan Horse.
Odysseus proceeds to tell everyone about his hardship after the war and of the course of which all his men will die with his ships destroyed along with his elongation of his return to his home.