Twenty years gone and i am back again summary

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The Homecoming of Odysseus

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Post a Comment. Tuesday, September 28, Twenty years gone, and I am back again I finished telling my story to the Phaeacians. The next day, young Phaeacian noblemen conducted me home by ship. I arrived in Ithaca after being gone for twenty years.

The final part in our series about the Trojan War brings our ship-wrecked hero, Odysseus back home after 20 long years away. He arrives on his rocky island kingdom of Ithaca disguised as a beggar and finds that his palace is full of suitors wooing his wife, the faithful Queen Penelope. He and his son Prince Telemachus plot a fearful revenge. This story is full of both exciting fights and touching moments of recognition - none more so than when the faithful dog Argos, lying on dung heap, senses his master. We round off the tale with some moving verses from Ulysses by Alfred Lord Tennyson.

When the suitors retire for the night, Telemachus and Odysseus remove the arms as planned. Athena lights the room for them so that they can see as they work. Telemachus tells Eurycleia that they are storing the arms to keep them from being damaged. After they have safely disposed of the arms, Telemachus retires and Odysseus is joined by Penelope. She knows that he has claimed to have met Odysseus, and she tests his honesty by asking him to describe her husband.

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4 thoughts on “Twenty years gone and i am back again summary

  1. When the assembly gathers the next day, wise old Aegyptius points out that the group has not met in session since King Odysseus left for the Trojan War some 20 years before.

  2. "Son of Laertes, and the God of old, Odysseus, master of landways and seaways, dissemble to your son no longer now. The time has come: tell.

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