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Returning to Ithaca at last, Odysseus meets the swineherd, Eumaeus.
Lucky to be alive, old man.
A moment more, my pack would have torn you limb from limb!
Come, follow me to my place, old man, so you, at least, can eat your fill of bread and wine.
After eating and drinking his fill, Odysseus tells Eumaeus a the story of a long journey--but not his own.
My story-the whole truth-I'm glad to tell it all.
Now they spurn me, dressed in filthy rags.
Now that was a fine yarn you told, old-timer, not without point, not without profit either.
Eumaeus is impressed by Odysseus's tale, and gives him a place to sleep for the night.
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