Odysseus and Eumaeus

Odysseus and Eumaeus
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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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