"Cyclops, thou askest me of my glorious name, and I will tell it thee; and do thou give me a stranger's gift, even as thou didst promise. Noman is my name, Noman do they call me—my mother and my father, and all my comrades as well"
"Noman will I eat last among his comrades, and the others before him; this shall be thy gift"
"They took the stake of olive-wood, sharp at the point, and thrust it into his eye, while I, throwing my weight upon it from above, whirled it round"
Odysseus and his men leave Circe's island, and she gives them advice on how to avoid future encounters
Odysseus and his men resist the song of Sirens, thanks to Circe who told them to plug their ears
Odysseus and his men pass through the straits between Scylla and Charybids, also using Circe's advice to steer a straight course to avoid the whirlpool and Scylla the monster