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  • "Many cities of men he saw and learned their minds, / many pains he suffered, heartsick on the open sea, / fighting to save his life and bring his comrades home. / But he could not save them from disaster, hard as he strove..." (4-7, bk.1)
  • "Then bright-eyed Pallas thought of one more step. / Disguised as the prince, the goddess roamed through the town, / pausing beside each likely crewman, giving orders: / 'Gather beside our ship at nightfall - be there.' / She asked Noemon, Phronius' generous son, / to lend her a swift ship. He gladly volunteered. / The sun sank and the roads of the world grew dark. / Now the goddess hauled the swift ship down to the water, / stowed in her all the tackle well-rigged vessels carry, / moored her well
  •  "First by far to see her was Prince Telemachus, / sitting among the suitors, heart obsessed with grief. / He could almost see his magnificent father, here . . . / . . . / Daydreaming so as he sat among the suitors / he glimpsed Athena now / . . . / Pausing beside her there, he . . . / . . . / met her with winged words: 'Greetings, stranger! / Here in our house you'll find a royal welcome. / Have supper first, then tell us what you need.' " (132-146, bk.1)
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