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The Odyssey Test Review

Thank you to Leach/Flatt for posting this .

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A total of 50 questions40 multiple choice10 matching names to quotesStudy this powerpoint well.

The Odyssey test will be:

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The 10 year journey home after The Trojan War

Part I: The Wanderings

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A. fall ill and dieB. Are tortured by the Lotus EatersC. Forget their homelandD. forget their homeland but do not return to the ship.

The men Odysseus sends to meet the Lotus Eaters all eat lotus flowers. They then . . .

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A. fall ill and dieB. Are tortured by the Lotus EatersC. Forget their homelandD. forget their homeland but do not return to the ship.

The men Odysseus sends to meet the Lotus Eaters all eat lotus flowers. They then . . .

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A. Tiresias and Circe have advised him to do so.B. Odysseus takes pity on the Cyclops.C. Odysseus does not want to anger Poseidon.D. Odysseus realized that only Polyphemus can remove the bolder from the door.

Why does Odysseus blind the Cyclops,

Polyphemus

, rather than kill him?

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A. Tiresias and Circe have advised him to do so.B. Odysseus takes pity on the Cyclops.C. Odysseus does not want to anger Poseidon.D. Odysseus realized that only Polyphemus can remove the bolder from the door.

Why does Odysseus blind the Cyclops,

Polyphemus

, rather than kill him?

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A. plugging their ears with beeswaxB. singing louder than the SirensC. tying them to their oarsD. Sailing around Charybdis

Odysseus saves his crew from the Siren’s songs by:

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A. plugging their ears with beeswaxB. singing louder than the SirensC. tying them to their oarsD. Sailing around Charybdis

Odysseus saves his crew from the Siren’s songs by:

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A. attempt to do battle with herB. panic and endanger the entire shipC. insist on sailing closer to CharybdisD. overtake the ship and return to Circe’s Hall

Odysseus does not warn his crew about Scylla because they would. . .

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A. attempt to do battle with herB. panic and endanger the entire shipC. insist on sailing closer to CharybdisD. overtake the ship and return to Circe’s Hall

Odysseus does not warn his crew about Scylla because they would. . .

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A. Odysseus and his crew will return triumphant to Ithica.B. The Sailors’ epic adventure will last another 10 years.C. Only Odysseus will survive and return home.D. Poseidon will capsize their ship near Charybdis

What prophecy of

Tiresias

and Circe does

Odyseus

withhold from his men?

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A. Odysseus and his crew will return triumphant to Ithica.B. The Sailors’ epic adventure will last another 10 years.C. Only Odysseus will survive and return home.D. Poseidon will capsize their ship near Charybdis

What prophecy of

Tiresias

and Circe does

Odyseus

withhold from his men?

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A. Aeolus, god of WindB. Hades, god of the UnderworldC. Athena, goddess of wisdomD. Poseidon, god of the sea

Which god didn’t show Odysseus pity?

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A. Aeolus, god of WindB. Hades, god of the UnderworldC. Athena, goddess of wisdomD. Poseidon, god of the sea

Which god didn’t show Odysseus pity?

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A. guests must be wary of their hostsB. guests must be honored and shown great courtesiesC. Guests should be fearedD. Guests must wash the feet of the hosts and pay many respects.

What is an important point about guests?

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A. guests must be wary of their hostsB. guests must be honored and shown great courtesiesC. Guests should be fearedD. Guests must wash the feet of the hosts and pay many respects.

What is an important point about guests?

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A. 1 head and 2 legsB. 2 heads and 4legsC. 6 heads and 12 legsD. 10 heads and 20 legs

The Scylla has ___ heads and ___legs.

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A. 1 head and 2 legsB. 2 heads and 4legsC. 6 heads and 12 legsD. 10 heads and 20 legs

The Scylla has ___ heads and ___legs.

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A. 2 yearsB. 5 yearsC. 10 yearsD. 20 years

How long did the

Tojan

War last?

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A. 2 yearsB. 5 yearsC. 10 yearsD. 20 years

How long did the

Tojan

War last?

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A. AeolusB. HadesC. AthenaD. Poseidon

Who is the god of earthquakes?

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A. AeolusB. HadesC. AthenaD. Poseidon

Who is the god of earthquakes?

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A. to the straits of Scylla and CharybdisB. to the Lotus EatersC. to Calypso’s islandD. to the Land of the Dead

Where does Circe send Odysseus, first?

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A. to the straits of Scylla and CharybdisB. to the Lotus EatersC. to Calypso’s islandD. to the Land of the Dead

Where does Circe send Odysseus, first?

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A. a snarling stareB. a high pitched hornC. a trapD. what Odysseus uses to keep his men from hearing the Sirens

What is a snare?

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A. a snarling stareB. a high pitched hornC. a trapD. what Odysseus uses to keep his men from hearing the Sirens

What is a snare?

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A. blind PolyphemusB. drink Circe’s wine without eating the molyC. anger ScyllaD. harm Helios’ cattle

What does

Tiresias

warn Odysseus not to do?

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A. blind PolyphemusB. drink Circe’s wine without eating the molyC. anger ScyllaD. harm Helios’ cattle

What does

Tiresias

warn Odysseus not to do?

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A. spirits that inspire artists to create godly worksB. one of the nine daughters of the god AeolusC. a musical note sung by the godsD. spirits that inspire tremendous bravery in soldiers.

What is a muse?

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A. spirits that inspire artists to create godly worksB. one of the nine daughters of the god AeolusC. a musical note sung by the godsD. spirits that inspire tremendous bravery in soldiers.

What is a muse?

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A. blaspheming the GodsB. breaking the Universal Law and not treating guests well.C. by attacking Athena’s favorite humanD. for being a cannibal

Polyphemus

is punished by Zeus for what?

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A. blaspheming the GodsB. breaking the Universal Law and not treating guests well.C. by attacking Athena’s favorite humanD. for being a cannibal

Polyphemus

is punished by Zeus for what?

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A. he provides him with muses to inspire him in battleB. he builds him a fast ship to travel home inC. he warns him of Circe and her magic spellsD. he bags all the stormy winds up.

What does Aeolus do for Odysseus?

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A. he provides him with muses to inspire him in battleB. he builds him a fast ship to travel home inC. he warns him of Circe and her magic spellsD. he bags all the stormy winds up.

What does Aeolus do for Odysseus?

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A. a whirlpool that constantly churns just past the strait of Scylla.B. a monster that opens her mouth creating a whirlpool that devours all above her.C. a twin of Scylla that stays hidden under the water.D. a god that is angry at Odysseus

Describe

Charybdis

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A. a whirlpool that constantly churns just past the strait of Scylla.B. a monster that opens her mouth creating a whirlpool that devours all above her.C. a twin of Scylla that stays hidden under the water.D. a god that is angry at Odysseus

Describe

Charybdis

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A. a maelstromB. home just as he remembersC. mounting problems with suitors and disloyal servantsD. his home destroyed and gone

What will Odysseus find at home according to

Teiresias

?

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A. a maelstromB. home just as he remembersC. mounting problems with suitors and disloyal servantsD. his home destroyed and gone

What will Odysseus find at home according to

Teiresias

?

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A. RomeB. IthicaC. TroyD. Aeaea

Where is Odysseus from?

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A. RomeB. IthicaC. TroyD. Aeaea

Where is Odysseus from?

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“Sing in me,Muse, and through me tell the story of that man skilled in all ways of contending, the wanderer, harried for years on end, after he plundered the stronghold on the proud height of Troy.“Nobydy, Nohbdy’s tricked me. Nohbdy’s ruined me!”“Son of Laertes and the gods of old, Odysseus, master of landways and seaways, why leave the blazing sun, O man of woe, to see the cold dead and the joyless region? Stand clear, put up your sword; let me but taste of blood, I shall speak true.”

Who said the following?: (PICK ONE)

Teiresias

Odysseus

Polyphemus

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“Sing in me,Muse, and through me tell the story of that man skilled in all ways of contending, the wanderer, harried for years on end, after he plundered the stronghold on the proud height of Troy.-Odysseus“Nobydy, Nohbdy’s tricked me. Nohbdy’s ruined me!” -Polyphemus“Son of Laertes and the gods of old, Odysseus, master of landways and seaways, why leave the blazing sun, O man of woe, to see the cold dead and the joyless region? Stand clear, put up your sword; let me but taste of blood, I shall speak true.”-Teiresias

Who said the following: (PICK ONE)

Teiresias

Odysseus

Polyphemus

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“Steer wide keep well to seaward; plug your oarsmen’s ears with beeswax kneaded soft; none of the rest should hear that song.”“From the black ship, far still at sea, I hear the lowing of cattle winding home and sheep bleating; and heard too, in my heart the words of the blind Tieresias of Thebes and Circe of Aeaea; both forbade me the island of the world’s delight, The Sun . . .”

Who said the following?: (PICK ONE)

Odysseus Circe Calypso Zeus

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“Steer wide keep well to seaward; plug your oarsmen’s ears with beeswax kneaded soft; none of the rest should hear that song.”-Circe“From the black ship, far still at sea, I hear the lowing of cattle winding home and sheep bleating; and heard too, in my heart the words of the blind Tieresias of Thebes and Circe of Aeaea; both forbade me the island of the world’s delight, The Sun . . .”-Odysseus

Who said the following?: (PICK ONE)

Odysseus Circe Calypso Zeus

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Arriving back home in Ithica to see his wife Penelope and son Telemachus

Part II: Coming Home

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A. swineherderB. soothsayerC. beggarD. soldier

When Odysseus returns home, he adopts the guise of . . .

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A. swineherderB. soothsayerC. beggarD. soldier

When Odysseus returns home, he adopts the guise of . . .

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A. they have to kill the CyclopsB. they have to string Odysseus’ bowC. they have to pull Odysseus’ sword from a stoneD. they have to build her a new palace.

What difficult task does Penelope propose for the suitors?

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A. they have to kill the CyclopsB. they have to string Odysseus’ bowC. they have to pull Odysseus’ sword from a stoneD. they have to build her a new palace.

What difficult task does Penelope propose for the suitors?

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A. the cowherd, swineherd, and shepherdB. Telemachus, Penelope, and ArgosC. Penelope, her maids, and ArgosD. Telemachus, the swineherd, and the cowherd.

Who joins Odysseus fight against the suitors?

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A. the cowherd, swineherd, and shepherdB. Telemachus, Penelope, and ArgosC. Penelope, her maids, and ArgosD. Telemachus, the swineherd, and the cowherd.

Who joins Odysseus fight against the suitors?

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A. associated with the suitorsB. neglected the dog ArgosC. revealed Odysseus’ identityD. ridiculed Penelope

Telemachus

executes the maids because they are. . .

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A. associated with the suitorsB. neglected the dog ArgosC. revealed Odysseus’ identityD. ridiculed Penelope

Telemachus

executes the maids because they are. . .

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A. he summons Argos with a secret nameB. He shows her the secret passage under their bedC. he tell her how he built their bedD. he tells her how the two of them met.

How does Odysseus prove his identity to Penelope?

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A. he summons Argos with a secret nameB. He shows her the secret passage under their bedC. he tell her how he built their bedD. he tells her how the two of them met.

How does Odysseus prove his identity to Penelope?

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A. more than 50B. 75C. more than 100D. exactly 100

How many suitors must Odysseus battle when he returns to

Ithica

?

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A. more than 50B. 75C. more than 100D. exactly 100

How many suitors must Odysseus battle when he returns to

Ithica

?

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A. spears him to the wallB. pours poison in his ear as he sleepsC. stabs him while he sleepsD. shoots him with an arrow in the throat.

How does Odysseus kill

Antinuous

?

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A. spears him to the wallB. pours poison in his ear as he sleepsC. stabs him while he sleepsD. shoots him with an arrow in the throat.

How does Odysseus kill

Antinuous

?

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A. heave an axe at himB. plead to know their crime and heave an axeC. to bribe Odysseus with gold and oxenD. hide

What does

Eurymachus

try to do once Odysseus attacks?

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A. heave an axe at himB. plead to know their crime and heave an axeC. to bribe Odysseus with gold and oxenD. hide

What does

Eurymachus

try to do once Odysseus attacks?

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A. falconsB. eaglesC. hawksD. lions

What are the attackers compared with?

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A. falconsB. eaglesC. hawksD. lions

What are the attackers compared with?

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A. bed with plants growing in the bedpostsB. a bed built around a boulderC. a bed with a tree for a bed postD. a bed made of silver and platinum

Odysseus’ bed is best described as a

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A. bed with plants growing in the bedpostsB. a bed built around a boulderC. a bed with a tree for a bed postD. a bed made of silver and platinum

Odysseus’ bed is best described as a

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A. physical powerB. courageC. IntelligenceD. A and C

What must Odysseus have in order to conquer the enemies at home?

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A. physical powerB. courageC. IntelligenceD. A and C

What must Odysseus have in order to conquer the enemies at home?

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A. both are still warriorsB. both are still hungryC. both are seemingly forgottenD. both are killed.

How are Argos and Odysseus most similar?

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A. both are still warriorsB. both are still hungryC. both are seemingly forgottenD. both are killed.

How are Argos and Odysseus most similar?

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A. wood from a Cypress treeB. platinum and silverC. wood from an olive treeD. granite.

What is Odysseus’ bed made out of?

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A. wood from a Cypress treeB. platinum and silverC. wood from an olive treeD. granite.

What is Odysseus’ bed made out of?

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A. he is killed during the battle.B. He returns to Odysseus sideC. he is blinded during the battleD. He dies after hearing Odysseus’ voice.

What ultimately happens to Argos?

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A. he is killed during the battle.B. He returns to Odysseus sideC. he is blinded during the battleD. He dies after hearing Odysseus’ voice.

What ultimately happens to Argos?

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A. he gives her news of Antinous’ planB. she recognizes that he is OdysseusC. he promises her Eurymachus will not be kingD. He tells Penelope that Odysseus is on his way home now.

Why does Penelope have the beggar’s feet washed?

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A. he gives her news of Antinous’ planB. she recognizes that he is OdysseusC. he promises her Eurymachus will not be kingD. He tells Penelope that Odysseus is on his way home now.

Why does Penelope have the beggar’s feet washed?

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A. houses, marriages, and cattleB. houses, marriages, and landC. houses, cattle, and landD. cattle, land and marriages

What does Odysseus promise the cowherd and swineherd?

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A. houses, marriages, and cattleB. houses, marriages, and landC. houses, cattle, and landD. cattle, land and marriages

What does Odysseus promise the cowherd and swineherd?

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A. peaceB. forgivenessC. respectD. kindness

Washing one’s feet is a sign of what?

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A. peaceB. forgivenessC. respectD. kindness

Washing one’s feet is a sign of what?

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A. Odysseus kills all the suitorsB. Zeus thunders aboveC. He transforms from a beggar back to himselfD. He hugs Telemachus and Telemachus welcomes him home.

What happens immediately after Odysseus strings the bow?

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A. Odysseus kills all the suitorsB. Zeus thunders aboveC. He transforms from a beggar back to himselfD. He hugs Telemachus and Telemachus welcomes him home.

What happens immediately after Odysseus strings the bow?

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A. it is secretive and calculatedB. It is triumphant yet bloodyC. it is quiet and happyD. it is a troublesome time with many disputes.

Which statement best describes Odysseus’ return?

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A. it is secretive and calculatedB. It is triumphant yet bloodyC. it is quiet and happyD. it is a troublesome time with many disputes.

Which statement best describes Odysseus’ return?

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A. sonnetB. octaveC. epicD. quest

The Odyssey is a long poem known as a(n) _______________.

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A. sonnetB. octaveC. epicD. quest

The Odyssey is a long poem known as a(n) _______________.

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“I marvel that they leave this hound here on the dung pile; he would have been a fine dog . . .”“Here is my lord Odysseus’ hunting bow. Bend and string it if you can.”“May his fortune grow and inch for every inch he bends it!”

Who said the following? (pick one)

Penelope Odysseus Suitor

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“I marvel that they leave this hound here on the dung pile; he would have been a fine dog . . .”-Odysseus“Here is my lord Odysseus’ hunting bow. Bend and string it if you can.”-Penelope“May his fortune grow and inch for every inch he bends it!”- Suitor

Who said the following? (pick one)

Penelope Odysseus Suitor

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“If you are Odysseus of Ithica come back, all that you say these men have done is true. Rash actions, many here, more in the countryside. But here he lies, the man who caused them all. Antinous was the ringleader, he whipped us on to do these things.”“ I am stunned child. I cannot speak to him. I cannot question him. I cannot keep my eyes upon his face. If really he is Odysseus truly home, beyond all doubt we two shall know each other better that you or anyone.”

Who said the following? (pick one)

Suitor

Eurycleaia

Eurymachus

Penelope

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“If you are Odysseus of Ithica come back, all that you say these men have done is true. Rash actions, many here, more in the countryside. But here he lies, the man who caused them all. Antinous was the ringleader, he whipped us on to do these things.”-Eurymachus“ I am stunned child. I cannot speak to him. I cannot question him. I cannot keep my eyes upon his face. If really he is Odysseus truly home, beyond all doubt we two shall know each other better that you or anyone.”-Penelope

Who said the following? (pick one)

Suitor

Eurycleaia

Eurymachus

Penelope


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