PktQstnsB5 - She rescues Odysseus because she saw him struggling and loved him She lets him go because Zeus is all-powerful and MUST be obeyed 4

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Packet Questions Book V 1. Athena is thoroughly worried for Odysseus and his family while Zeus is more confident and casual about it. He sends Hermes to tell Kalypso to let Odysseus go (though he must go alone with a raft and will get riches upon reaching Skhería). 2. There’s a smooth, pretty cave with vines around it; four small, shallow, clear springs next to plants, a forest of nice trees, and lots of cool birds. It’s a magnificently beautiful place. 3. Kalypso is a nymph.
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Unformatted text preview: She rescues Odysseus because she saw him struggling and loved him. She lets him go because Zeus is all-powerful and MUST be obeyed. 4. The Styx is the river that runs between the Underworld and the realm of living mortals. The gods use its name to swear by. 5. Poseidon brews up a storm to deter him. 6. Athena stops all but one wind Poseidon throws at Odysseus, and Ino gives him a veil to keep him alive and tells him what to do (swim to the island)....
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This note was uploaded on 01/27/2011 for the course ENGLISH 1 taught by Professor Mrlee during the Spring '99 term at Shanghai University.

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