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A Cunning Plan
Nausicaa talks with Odysseus, deciding that he means no harm. She helps him by telling her maids to feed, bathe, and clothe him, although Odysseus denies getting bathed, for he can do it himself.
Nausicaa devises a strategic plan to lend Odysseus help from her family. She tells him, (mostly to preserve her reputation), to wait in Athena's grove until he thinks she has reached the palace. Then he is to enter the city and ask where is the palace of King Alcinous. When he reaches the palace, he is to first ask favor of Nausicaa's mother, rather than her father.
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