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Odysseus covered his mens ears with beeswax, because they would never want to go back home listening to the sirens.
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what can u tell me about the Odyssey so i can finish a crossword puzzle for english9
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'Athena naturally has a soft spot for the brave and wily Odysseus.'
Athena naturally has a soft spot for the brave and WITY Odysseus.
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