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  • Home Again
  • his is not princely , to be swept away by wonder at your father's presence. No other Odysseus will ever come, for he and I are one , the same; his bitter fortune and his wanderings are mine,
  • The Suitors
  • A pity that you have more looks than heart. You'd grudge a pitch a pinch of salt from your own larder to your own larder to your own handyman. You sit here, fat on other's meat, and cannot bring yourself to rummage out a crust of bread for me!
  • Penelope
  • Your name has gone out under heaven like the sweet honor of some god-fearing kind, who rules in equity over the strong; his black lands bear both wheat and barley, fruit trees laden bright, new lambs at lambing time-and the deep sea gives great hauls of fish.
  • This quote shows us that Odysseus is happy that he returned after his long journey but is surprised by his son reacting to returning home and seeing him for the first time in forty years.
  • The Challenge
  • "Telemachus, the stranger you welcomed in your hall had not disgraced you".
  • From this quote we learn that Odysseus knows how it feels to a beggar (Which he is disguised as). How hard its to make ends meat to survive. While the Suitors are taking being successful for granite and look there nose up at the lower class.
  • Odysseus' Revenge
  • "You yellow gods, you thought I'd never make it home from the land of Troy. You took my house to plunder!"
  • From this quote we learn that Odysseus is kind of a ladies man giving Penelope complements. Also, we learn that he comfortable talking to her by all the things he is saying.
  • Penelopes Test
  • "Strange woman, the immortals of Olympus made you hard, harder than any.
  • From this quote we learn that Odysseus is aware when he notices people disgracing a person, and how he then Telemachus that is something Odysseus wouldn't do disgrace someone in any form or manner.
  • From this quote we learn that Odysseus is aware of hos doubters. He knew that people will question his methods on how they were going to get home, but Odysseus wanted to get home and was determined to get home no matter the sacrifice.
  • From this quote we learn that Odysseus has some feelings for Penelope. He had been watching her and looking at her appearance noticing that she looked and felt tried.
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