Book 6

Book 6

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  • "Daddy, would you please hitch up a wagon for me- a high one that rolls well- so I can go to the river and wash our good clothes that are all dirty now," (6, 58-60)
  • "....He was a frightening sight, disfigured with brine, and the girls fluttered off to the juttering beaches. Only Alcinous' daughter stayed. Athena put courage into her heart and stopped her trembling. She held her ground.." (6,136-140).
  • "Yesterday, after twenty days, I pulled myself out of the wine-dark sea. All the time, wind and wave bore me away from Ogygia Island..." (6,170-173).
  • "Then Athena, born from Zeus, made him look taller and more muscled, and made his hair tumble down his head like hyacinth flowers," (6,236-238).
  • "Get ready now, stranger, to go to the city, so I can show you the way to my father's house, where I promise you will meet the best of the Phaeacians," (6, 262-264).
  • "Hear me, mystic child of the storm god, oh hear me now, as you heard me not when i was shattered by the Earthshaker's blows. Grant that i come to Phaeacia pitied and loved," (6,332-335).
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