Chapter 6

Chapter 6

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Storyboard Description

Odysyius meets Nausicaa by the river and takes him to town

Storyboard Text

  • "We'll wash these clothes at the break of dawn," (Homer 6.31).
  • Go wash your clothes in the river! You Smell! (Homer 6.28-40)
  • "They began to play with a ball, their hair streaming free," (Homer 6.100).
  • Bathes, picnics, and plays ball with her maids after cleaning the clothes
  • "Pity me, mistress. After all my hardships," (Homer 6.177).
  • You are really pretty. Will you help me? (Homer 6.149-85)
  • Yas... (Homer 6.262-70)
  • "Stranger, you do not seem to be a bad man," (6.191).
  • You're really hot! You don't seem bad to me at all! (Homer 6.191-223)
  • "It's their rude remarks I would rather avoid," (Homer 6.281)
  • (Magic Mist)
  • Maids! Come here!... Odyssius, follow me into town, but keep some distance so people don't judge me... (Homer 6.262-85)
  • "Hear me, mystic child of the Storm God," (Homer 6.330-35)
  • Athena, help me be pitied by the Phaeacians. (Homer 6.336-39)
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