The Odyssey Part 2

The Odyssey Part 2

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  • Back Again
  • No god. Why take me for a god? No, no. I am that father whom your boyhood lacked and suffered pain for lack of. I am he.
  • Stranger, you are no longer what you were just now! Your cloak is new; even your skin! You are one of the gods who rule the sweep of heaven!
  • Suitors
  • A pity that you have more looks than heart. You'd grudge a pinch of salt from your own larder to your own handyman. You sit there, fat on other's meat, and you cannot bring yourself to rummage a crust of bread for me!
  • God! What wind blew in this pest? Get over, stand in the passage. Nudge my table, will you?
  • Penelope
  • My lady, never a man in the wide world should have fault to find with you. Your name has gone under heaven like the sweet honor of some god-fearing, who rules in equity over the strong...
  • Friend first of all: who are you, where do you come from, of what nation and where were your parents born?
  • Odysseus still feels responsible for his son and why he has been gone so many years. He is sad that he has been away so long to miss his son's childhood, but he also is happy to see his son after so long.
  • Challenge
  • Odysseus here shows that he is truly not afraid of anyone and anything, even when he isn't in his own body. He shows his bravery and he was able to cause a commotion so that Penelope could hear.
  • Revenge
  • You yellow dogs, you though I'd never make it home from the land of Troy. You took my house to plunder... You dared bid of my wife while I was still alive.
  • Odysseus is happy to see his wife again after such a long time. He compliments and flatters her. He shows passion and love for his wife in this scene.
  • Penelope's Test
  • Make up his bed for him, Eurycleia. Place it outside the bed chamber my lord built with his two hands. Pile the big bed with with fleece, rugs, and the finest of linen.
  • Odysseus shows that he is cocky and is confident in what he can do. He is also being smug as he knows he will kill the suitors.
  • My hand and eye are sound, not so contemptible as the young men say.
  • Odysseus is angry for all the suitors have done. He releases all the anger that he has saved inside since he has gotten home.
  • Odysseus has no idea that he is being tested. Penelope knows that the real Odysseus knows that the bed cannot be moved.He is still heated from the suitors and lashes out on Penelope.
  • Women, by heaven you've stung me now! Who dared to move my bed? No builder had the skill for that unless-a god came down to turn the trick
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