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More Travails Aeolus: 10.1 Laestrygonians 10.95 Aeaea and Circe 10.150 - The pig-transformation 10.260 - Eurylochus 10.280, 10. 455 - Hermes 10.325 - The year with Circe: the terrifyingly infertile Odysseus - The hurried departure 10.570 Why so hurried? Is Odysseus simply an awful commander?
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The Underworld Odysseus finally dominates a heroic world Elpinor—O undercutting his self-image: the oars 11.50 Tiresias—how conveniently his story fits in with what Circe says: did Odysseus invent this entire trip to 'the underworld?' - Also, he doesn't say anything about the journey 11.95 Anticleia, powerful image, belittles O, confusing story, wretched Telemachus—why does Penelope cry? Why is Laertes in the fields? Anti's death is sweet and yet horrible 11.155 Story break: Alcinous at least is aware 11.340 - Arete and Alci come on strong: Nausicaa tricked him! - Odysseus reacts greedily and slyly 11.365 - Alcinous' harsh reply 11.373 Tell me about your comrades who died, Ody
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This note was uploaded on 12/26/2011 for the course CLASSICS 101 taught by Professor Benjaminmcclosky during the Spring '11 term at Ohio State.

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