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Essay | The Cyclops Polyphemus

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The Cyclops Polyphemus

Summary: This essay is a Greek mythology story about the cyclops Polyphemus created by Homer.
Polyphemus was a Cyclops who lived in a cave and was very cruel. One day while he was out tending his sheep, Odysseus, who had no supplies, for his ship, happened to find his cave. Odysseus had brought a goatskin full of very potent wine, in return for hospitality. The gate to the fence in front of the cave, was open, and when Odysseus and his men, went into the cave, they found cheeses, and pails of milk as well as pens crowded with lambs and goats. The men made themselves at home, and feasted.

In came Polyphemus, hideous and huge, tall as a great mountain crag. He roared "Who dares enter uninvited"." Odysseus said that they were ship wrecked warriors from the battle of Troy. Polyphemus grabbed two men, killed and ate them. Odysseus and his men were trapped in the cave by a huge stone...

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