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Hermes The Wayfinder goes to relay Zeus's order to Calypso
“Son of Laertes, versatile Odysseus, after these years with me, you still desire your old home? Even so, I wish you well."
What brings you here today?
I have came to send Odysseus home.
“O forlorn man, be still. Here you need grieve no more; you need not feel your life consumed here; I have pondered it, and I shall help you go. . . .”
“My lady goddess, here is no cause for anger... Yet, it is true, each day I long for home, long for the sight of home. . . .”
Odysseus travels to Scheria
Odysseus is pummeled by storms and swims the rest of the way to Scheria Island
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