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darlene Sep 6
book eight: During the feast, they all tried to impress Odysseus by signing songs, playing games, and dancing.
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nasserinaop6b23 Sep 12
đź“—6 Odysseus has just washed up on the shores of the land of the Phaeacians
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darlene Sep 6
book seven: The King has agreed to help Odysseus get home.
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Gracie Sep 2
"...Telemachus sets out for the kingdom of Menelaus."
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Wyatt P Sep 5
Book 3 Telamachus is going to travel to Sparta to get more information on his father.
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SaraiTp2b23 Sep 13
“Next came Charybdis, who swallows the sea in a whirlpool, then spits it up again” (Homer 12).
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darlene Sep 6
book eight: The next day was the feast and the King still didn’t know Odysseus’s name/story.
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nevaeh Sep 1
After Telemachus calls a council, he asks Eurycleia and his countrymen to help him his ship ready. Telemachus then went to sea to find news of his father. book 2
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Victor Sep 8
Book 7: Odysseus is stopped by Athena disguised as a young girl. Odysseus explains his predicament to the gods and the king and queen promise to see him the next day in a Phaeacian ship.
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zoetp6b23 Sep 13
At the end of the chapter, Circe prophecies that Ody can’t go home until he goes to the underworld,, Circe leaves them a ewe and a ram for sacrifice, and then vanishes. book10
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SaraiTp2b23 Sep 13
“Tiresias, the blind prophet who had accompanied us to Troy, was the soul I had to talk to. So I held all the other shades at bay with my sword until he had drunk from the pit” (Homer 11).
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Tanner Sep 8
When Odysseus went to the palace in book 7 why did the king say that they would help him when he didn't even know Odysseus.
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Tanner Sep 8
In book 6 I was thinking why does Athena want Nausicaa to help Odysseus meet her father? Also why does Odysseus need to see Nausicaa's father?
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nevaeh Sep 6
Odysseus woke up in Phaeacians and the Princess, Nausicaa, showed hospitality to him. She told him to go to the town after she was gone and seek out her mother. book 6
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nasserinaop6b23 Sep 12
đź“™8 on the ship they were singing about the Trojan war and Odysseus was hurt because he was actually in the battle and he saw horrific things
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Tanner Sep 8
It states in this video that Nausicaa helped Odysseus because of hospitality. Yet is that the only reason why or did she want to just give him a hand.
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nevaeh Sep 1
Telemachus and the others wound up in Pylos at dawn. There he asked what Nestor knew about his father and Nestor sent him to the kingdom of Menelaus in order to get more information. book 3
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EthanIp6B23 Sep 8
In chapter 8 the great singer demodocus begins to sing about the Trojan horse which Odysseus thought of. Which makes Odysseus sentimental and once again the king quotes the singer.
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EthanIp6B23 Sep 8
In chapter 7 while Athena leads Odysseus to the palace she covers him in fog to make him invisible
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Zac Sep 2
Telemachus blames the gods, but mostly Zeus for all of the problems surrounding he and his mother. (book 1)
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