Cyclops scene.

Cyclops scene.

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  • "Get the sheep aboard, before the Cyclopes finds us!"
  • "How do you like the beating that we gave you, you dammed cannibal? Eater of guest under your roof!"
  • "I will throw this rock at you!"
  • "Wait comeback! I will treat you well and put a good word in to my father!"
  • Odysseus: "If I could, I would kill you!"
  • Odysseus's men: "Stop taunting him!"
  • "With many glances back, we rounded up his fat, stiff-legged sheep to take aboard, and drove them down to where the good ship lay."
  • "Goodbye!"
  • " You will pay for this! I am telling my father/Poseidon!
  • "The blind thing in his doubled fury broke a hilltop in his hands and heaved it after us. Ahead of our black prow it struck and sank whelmed in a spuming geyser, a giant wave that washed the ship stern foremost back to shore."
  • " Thanks for the push forward!"
  • "Godsake, Captain! Why bait the beast again? Let him alone!" Line 451. "Cyclops, if ever mortal man inquire how you were put to shame and blinded, tell him Odysseus, raider of cities, took your eye!" Line 457. "Come back, Odyssesus and I'll treat you well, praying the god of earthquake to befriend you- his son I am." Line
  • "Here is an offering, Zeus!"
  • Zeus: "No! You must suffer!"
  • "Let him lose all companions, and return under strange sail to bitter days at home." In these words he prayed, and the god heard him. Now he laid hands upon a bigger stone and wheeled around, titanic for the cast, to let it fly in the black-prowled vessels track." Line 490
  • "It fell short, just aft the steering oar, and whelming seas rose giant above the stone to bear us onward toward the island." Line 498
  • "We beached the her, grinding keel in the soft sand, and waded in, ourselves, on the sandy beach. Then we unloaded all Cyclops' flock to make division, share and share alike. I slew him by the seaside and burnt his long thighbones to Zeus beyond and stromcloud, Cronus' son, who rules the world. But Zeus disdained my offering." Line 512
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