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Telemachus arrives to see Eumaeus and a beggar speaking.
"Stranger, you are no longer what you were just now! Your cloak is new, even your skin! Have mercy on us!" (Homer 1246, 70-75)
"Why take me for a god? No, no. I am that father whom your boyhood lacked and suffered pain for lack of. I am he" (Homer 1246, 77-79).
Son, compose yourself! I have a plan for tomorrow. We shall rid of the suitors. Do not let anyone know of my return.
My Queen! Your son, Telemachus, has returned!
Antinoos and the suitors tried to kill your son!
We would never try to kill your son!
How dare you! You dare kill my son?!
Queen Penelope rushed upstairs and went to her room in anger. Odysseus and Telemachus went to bed, ready to face the suitors the next day.
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