"'At that he seized the bowl and tossed it off and the heady wine pleased him immensely. 'More' -- he demanded a second bowl -- 'a hearty helping! And tell me your name now, quickly, so I can hand my guest a gift to warm his heart. Our soil yields the Cyclops powerful, full-bodied, wine and the rains from Zeus build its strength. But this, this is nectar, ambrosia--this flows from heaven!''"
"So he declared. I poured him another fiery bowl -- three bowls I brimmed and three he drank to the last drop, the fool, and then, when the wine was swirling round his brain, I approached my host with an answer to his question, a trick!:"
"'So, you ask me the name I'm known by, Cyclops? I will tell you. But you must give me a guest-gift as you've promised. Nobody -- that's my name. Nobody -- so my mother and father call me, all my friends.'"
I used a wide shot to show how large the Cyclops is compared to Odysseus and his men. The men are closer to the shot to show perspective. The picture represents when Polyphemus demands another bowl of wine from Odysseus and asks for Odysseus' name.
I used a wide shot to show Odysseus filling the bowls with wine for Cyclops. I also used a wide shot to show how large the bowls were for Odysseus and how small they were for Cyclops. The picture represents when Odysseus was waiting for Cyclops to drink all of the bowls of wine so he could answer Cyclops' question.
I used a wide shot to show the full "argument" between Odysseus and Cyclops. I also used it to show how Odysseus would have to yell to Cyclops his response due to how small he was. The picture represents when Odysseus told Cyclops his "name", which Cyclops didn't know was a trick. This picture shows how Cyclops felt before he responded to Odysseus.