After they passed the sirens they came to the strait of scylla and Charybdis. Ulysses messed up his measurement and the ended up losing 6 men to scylla and they barely make it out. They are forced to land again.
Chapter 15: Ino's veil
They make it to the isle of the sun titan when a great wind blowing towards scylla and charybdis. The wind lasted for thirty days and since if you eat the cattle you are cursed. One night when Ulysses was sleeping the rest of the crew killed the cattle and lied to Ulysses what the meat was. When they were eating the meat came alive and started making noise.
Chapter 16: Nausicaa
When the boat was smashed because of the curse, Ulysses washes up on shore at Ogygia. The island is home to Calypso, the daughter of Atlas, she saved Ulysses by turning him into a seagull. He ends up spending months there. Then comes a day when Hermes shows up and tells Calypso that Ulysses can leave. So, Ulysses makes a raft and heads out.
Chapter 17: The return
Since Poseidon still hated Ulysses, he guided his raft towards the strait of Scylla and Charybdis. A nymph named Ino who hated Poseidon saw all of this. She sees Ulysses raft get destroyed and helps him by giving him her veil that take him inland to a river, and he collapses on the river bank.
Ulysses wakes up a few days later to the sound of women talking by the river. He is discovered by one of them and is taken to the king. He tells the stories of his ten year voyage, and when the king hears his name he is given a ship and crew to get back to Ithaca. Poseidon hears of this and turns the boat into stone.
Ulysses finally reaches Ithaca and is disguised as an old man and goes to visit an old friend where he tells stories. The next day he meets his son and comes up with a plan to get rid of the suitors. He goes to his house as a beggar and breaks the jaw of the other beggar. He talks to Penelope and tells stories and how to choose a suitor, she does so and Ulysses shows up all of the suitors and a bloodbath breaks out. Then Penelope has one last test to see if it is actually Ulysses.