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The Phaiakian Games
You suck. "You do not resemble an athlete" (8.164)
Story of the affair of Ares and Aphrodite
In Hephaistos Bedroom
All the men go outside to play a friendly competition containing different events, which all the men are very competitive. Euryalos insults Odysseus for turning down the competition and relating him to a merchant trader. With a little help from Athene, he out throws all the competitors and winning the throwing of the discus. This relates to a theme of pride because Odysseus shows pride when he accepts the Phaiakian's challenge when they insult him.
The story of Aphrodite and Ares is told through Demodokos playing his lyre, they are caught by Hephaistos and trapped.
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