We are hungry, let's develop a plan. Once Ulysses leaves we will eat the cattle.
Chapter 14: Calypso
Penelope awaits you!
This is your home Ulysses, come live with me.
Sentence: Scylla and Charybdis stood on both sides of the strait, attacking Ulysses and stealing part of his crew.
Chapter 15: Ino's Veil
Sentence: The men mounted an island where they stayed for 30 days with barely any food. Then, they saw something that would satisfy their hunger; golden cattle. Ulysses was shunning his crew away from the cattle because he had been told that if they ate the cattle they would suffer from a terrible punishment. However, the crew went behind Ulysses' back and ate the cattle while he was asleep.
Chapter 16: Nausicaa
I shall fall in love with song
Sentence: Calypso wants Ulysses to stay with her but, his heart is set on his beloved Penelope. Ulysses discovered from a crow he sent to Ithaca that Penelope is still waiting for him. He was also told that she told her suitors that she would decide who would be her husband once she finishes knitting a shall but every night she undoes her work. In addition, Ulysses is warned that Telemachus will soon be killed by the suitors.
Chapter 17: The Return
Sentence: Poseidon found Ulysses again and destroyed his boat, given to him by Calypso, before he could resume his trip. Ino (a naiad who hated Poseidon) gave Ulysses a veil that could float on water so Ulysses could get to a shore. Ulysses got scrapes and scars from many rocks before finally reaching a way to get on an island. He then placed Ino's Veil back in the water so that it would return to her.
Sentence: Nausicaa, the 16 year old princess, would not marry any of the suitors who came knocking at her door. Ulysses arrived barely clothed, and Nausicaa took great interest in him with Athena's help. However, he was too old for her, and many suitors challenged him to discs. To prove his strength, he took a wagon wheel and threw it. The suitors then attempted at killing Ulysses and he soon left after listening to Nausicaa sing who later fell in love with song.
Sentence: Telemachus and Penelope were both in danger from the suitors until Ulysses, their savior, came. Ulysses was disguised as a beggar and watched the suitors fail at shooting an arrow through the 12 ax rings. He was then given the opportunity and succeeded at shooting an arrow through the 12 ax rings using his own bow, something only he could do. After proving who he was, he killed all the suitors with Telemachus and his friend (who gave Ulysses shelter) at his side.