Book 12 of the Odyssey " The sirens, Scylla and Charybdis"
Updated: 11/26/2017
Book 12 of the Odyssey  " The sirens, Scylla and Charybdis"
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  • Book 12 " The sirens, scylla and charybdis"
  • We have to go talk to Circe
  • The talk with Circe
  • The sirens
  • Odysseus and his men head of to go to talk to Circe. Circe will then tell them the correct way to get to the island of the sun and the warnings of the island of the sun. Another thing that she will mention is how they will get past the Sirens, Scylla and Charybdis without getting killed.
  •  Charybdis and scylla
  • Odysseus and his men finally make it to Circe and Odysseus decides to go talk to her. She then tells him that he must pass the Sirens because it is possible but that he can not pass Scylla and Charybdis because they are far to powerful. Then stubborn Odysseus comments that he can pass them but Circe claims that even the great Odysseus isn't powerful enough to pass them. Then she tells him that he must put candle wax in his ears to pass the Sirens so that he doesn't hear their song but Odysseus wants to hear it so he gets tied to the front of the ship so that he wont go anywhere. Then after that she warns him to not eat the Oxen of of the island of Helios for the sun god will kill him and his men.
  • The island of Helios
  • Odysseus and his men go past the sirens. With the men having the candle wax and odysseus and him being tied they got through safely. But there was a struggle because odysseus wanted to hear the sirens and had a hard time because he was very intrigued with the sirens songs.
  • The end
  • If Odysseus and his men would have passed either Charybdis or Scylla would have killed his men because they are both very dangerous. Charybdis is like a whirlpool that sucks in any thing that would try to pass. Then Scylla was a dangerous monster that would hide and then grab you from the top of the mountain or hill and would grab the men off of the boat and eat them.
  • Odysseus and his men finally arrive at the island of Helios and his men want to stay on the island. Unfortunatly Odysseus says no because his men can be unreliable at times for example the lotus eater situation. If they where to eat the Oxen off of the island then they would die. So they want to stay because they think they are reliable and they promise not to eat the oxen they just want to take a rest there and just eat their upper. So Odysseus let's them stay.
  • Odysseus and his men finally arrive at the island of Helios . After his men convinced odysseus to let them stay on the island. But unfortunatly his men did mess up but fortunatly it was fixed and Odysseus was ok.
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