That's for hurting my wittle cyclops, Polyphemus!
After the Trojan War, Odysseus ends up on an island Ogygia with the nymph Calypso.
Lotus Eaters... Polyphemus... Circe's Island... Scylla and Charybdis... Sol's Cattles...
I'm fourteen, but I love men with experience!
Back in Ithaca, Penelope is plagued by suitors desiring to wed her and lead the kingdom and Athena (in disguise as Mentor) tells Telemachus to search for his father.
Good but gory idea, lads.
Odysseus sets sail and spends twenty days at sea. When Poseidon, the god of sea, finds him sailing home, he sends a storm to wreck his raft.
Yo, can I stay for a few days? You know, till Telemachus comes home.
Odysseus arrived in Scheria, home of the Phaecieans, and spent the night speaking of his journey from Troy to Scheria. The Phaecians grant him a way to Ithaca after hearing his entertaining but difficult trip home.
The suitors find out about Telemachus' search for his father and plan an ambush.
Odysseus, disguised as a beggar by Athena, reach the swineherd's home, and he is welcomed by the swineherd's hospitality.