The Odyssey

The Odyssey

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  • "Then I addressed the blurred and the breathless dead, vowing to slaughter my best heifer for them before she calved , at home in Ithaca... as for Tiresias, I swore to sacrifice a black lamb,  handsomest  of all our flock."
  • "Now the souls gathered. stirring out of Erebus, brides and young men, and men growing old in pain, and tender girls whose hearts were new to grief; many were there, too, torn by brazen lanceheads, battle-slain, bearing still their bloody gear."
  • "Meanwhile I crouched with my drawn sword to keep the surging phantoms from the bloody pit till I should know the presence of Tiresias. ."
  • "Soon from the dark that prince of Thebes came forward bearing a gold staff; and he addressed me. 'Son of Laertes  and the gods of old, Odysseus, master of land ways and sea ways, why leave the blazing sun, O man of woe, to see the cold dead and joyless region? Stand clear, put up your sword; let me but taste of blood, I shall speak true.'"
  • "Great captain, a fair wind  and the honey lights of home are all you seek. But  anguish lies ahead; the god who thunders on the land prepares it, not be shaken from your track, implacable, in rancor for the son whose eyes you blinded..."
  • After learning his prophecy, Odysseus and his men set sail to  Thrinacia.
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