The Odyssey (Will and Ian)
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Escape from the Laestrygonians
The road ahead
"put your backs in the oars--now row or die! In terror of death they ripped the swells-all as one-and what a joy as we darted out towards open sea."
Hermes confronts Odysseus
"From there we sailed on, glad to escape our death yet sick at heart for the dear companions we had lost."
"We reached the Aeaean island next, the home of Circe the nymph with lovely braids, an awesome power too who can speak with human voice."
How to go Home
"but wait, I can save you, free you from great danger. Look, here is a potent drug. Take it to Circe's halls- its power alone will shield you from the fatal day."
I, just approaching the halls of Circe, my heart heaving storm at every step, paused at her doors...she opened the doors at once and stepped forth."
You must travel down to the house of death and the awesome one, Persephone, there to consult the ghost of Tiresias...Persephone has given him wisdom, everlasting vision to him and him alone."
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