Ian brimhall
Updated: 12/3/2020
Ian brimhall

Storyboard Text

  • "He did his best to wag his tail.... Odysseus wiping a salt tear from his cheek." "I marvel that they leave this hound to lie hear on this pile." (line 1050 to 1057)
  • "Now Penelope sank down, holding the weapon, and she sobbed and bit her lip and let the salt tears flow." (1097 to 1099)
  • "Bend and string it if you can. Who sends an arrow through twelve ax-helve sockets,I join my life with his." (1117 to 1119)
  • "Prayers i never heard except your own that i might come again, I'm Odysseus." "If Zeus comes you will get a lot of things." (1144 to 1145)
  • "Now flashed arrow from twanging bow clean as a whistle through every socket ring, and grazed not one, to thud with heavy brazen head beyond." (1204 to 1207)
  • "and with a clink and glitter of keen bronze stood by his chair, in the forefront near his father." (1219 to 1220)
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