book 20

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  • Odysseus begs to Eurynome
  • "Why are you wakeful now, O most wretched of all men?" Line 33
  • "Even if, by grace of Zeus and yourself, I killed them, how shall I make my escape" line 42-43
  • Penelope prays to Artemis
  • Odysseus's wife Penelope prays to the god Artemis asking for her to take her life because she refuses to chose one of the suitors. This shoves how the mortals look up to the gods to controls want happens in their lives.
  • "So I wish that they who have their homes on Olympus would make me vanish, or sweet- haired Artemis strike me, so that I could met the Odysseus I long for Line: 79-81
  • Odysseus prays to Zeus
  • "Father Zeus, if willingly you gods led me over wet and dry to my land, after giving too much affliction" line:99-101
  • Telemachos talks to Eurykleia
  • "That is the way my mother is, though she is sensible" line 131
  • "Child, do not find fault with her this time.
  • Telemachos talks to the suitors
  • "Come then, no longer do me harm in your hostility. But if you are determined to murder me with the sharp bronze then that would be my wish." line 314-316
  • Telemachos has told the suitors many times to leave but they refuse until Penelope will pick one of them until they start to eat them out of food. This is the rising action before the suitors plan to attack Telemachos
  • Suitors tease Telemachos
  • "No one has worse luck with his guests than you, Telemachos" Line: 376
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