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Andrew Schatz

on 16 April 2010

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Book 2 Quotes "Mother wanted no suitors, but like a pack
they came- sons of the best men here among them- lads with no stomach for an introduction..." (Homer 2. 53-55) Telemakhos "When the primal Dawn spread on the eastern sky her fingers of pink ligh, Odysseus' true son stoop up, drew on his tunic and his mantle slung on a sword-belt and a new edged sword tied his smooth feet into good rawhide sandals, and left his room, a god's brilliance upon him." ( Homer 2. 1-6) Athena "You'll never be fainthearted or a fool,
Telemakhos, if you have your father's spirit;
he finished what he cared to say, and what he took in hand he brought to pass." (Homer 2. 284-287) Suitors The Odyssey Project
A Hero's Son Awakens
Book 2
Summary of Events
Telemakhos constructs meeting

Scolds suitors’ inhospitality

Departs for his journey

Telemakhos Praised for initiative

First since father

Mourns loss

Apprehensive of house

Gods to punish suitors
Antinoos Standoff -Antinoos and Telemakhos

Antinoos defends the suitors

Proposed that her father decide husband
Athena Disguised as Mentor

Encourages him of voyage

Comrade in arms

Collects crew and ship

Provides winds to Pylos
Penelope Pressured to pick new husband

Weaving and Unraveling

Motivation for voyage

Losing control of house
Eurkleia Aged nurse of Telemakhos

He tells only her of voyage

Vowed in oath

Leave in night
Character Developments Telemakhos earns his stripes

Athena helping him like father

Penelope losing control of home
By: Brian Poirier, Andrew Schatz, Emmett Folger, Michael Egen, and Dillon Gargano
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