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Lines 224-225 "...I still think of that luckless man, how he may come back and... may cause the suitors to scatter".
Lines 232-233 "Odysseus will come home again, while you are still here in the house...".
Lines 244-245 "O friends, this plan of ours to Murder Telemachus will not ever be brought to completion".
Lines 266-267 "...Hold back your spirit for insults and blows, or else there may be a quarrel and fight between us".
Line 296 Ktesippos: "Come, let me give him a guest gift..." *throws hoof towards Odysseus*
Lines 333-335 Agelaos: "...it has come evident that he will never come back...give her this counsel, to marry the one who is the best man...".
Lines 341-344 "I urge her to marry the one she wants... but I am ashamed to drive her unwilling out of the palace with a strict word".
Lines 351-352 Theoklymenos ¨Poor wretches, what evil has come on you? Your heads and faces and the knees underneath you are shrouded like lamentation¨.
Line 376 ¨No one has worse luck with his guests than you Telemachos.¨
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