The Odyssey


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  • What is with this guy?
  • *cries*
  • Told you I was better. Dont insult me again!
  • *pants* wait...up...
  • Um... I am Odysseus.
  • That's it! Who are you?
  • At the feast, Demodocus starts singing about Odysseus and Odysseus starts to cry. They don't know that Odysseus is Odysseus so is puzzled when he starts to cry.
  • Well...
  • Odysseus? THE Odysseus? What happened to you?
  • For entertainment, Alcinous arranges many activities such as running. Odysseus does not originally want to participate but Broadsea insults him and Odysseus ends up beating him in everything.
  • I am Alcinous. I am providing this ship and crew so you can get home. Come with me to a feast
  • Thank you kind sir.
  • Alcinous invites Odysseus to another feast and Demodocus starts singing again. Alcinous finally asks Odysseus who he is.
  • When Odysseus tells Alcinous who he is, Alcinous is surprised and asks him to tell his story of how he got to where he is right now.
  • Alcinous, the god of winds was sent by Athene to provide a ship and crew for Odysseus so he can return home. He also invites him to a feast.
  • My scene is important to the plot because without this scene, Odysseus would of never had told his story to Alcinous and Alcinous would of never have given him the winds he needed to get home. What we learn about Odysseus in this scene is how determined he is to get home and how these songs triggered an emotional want for him to see his family.
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