Odyssey Essay | Summary of the Odyssy, Book 10

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Summary of the Odyssy, Book 10

Summary: Summarizes book 10 of The Odyssy, by Homer. Details the plot point where the Achaeans go to Aiola Island.
The Achaeans go to Aiola Island, where the Aiolos Hippotades, the wind king lives. Aiolos has twelve children, and he made them marry each other. Odysseus is kept by Aiolos for a month, while he tells him of Troy. Odysseus asks to leave, and with that, Aiolos gives him a bag of wind to help him travel and sails for ten days. Him and his men are tempted to open the bag of gold and silver left by Aiolos. They give in to their temptation, and with that, the seas go crazy, and their destination is lost. Odyssues contemplates suicide, but decides to stay alive. He goes back to Aiola Island. Aiola refuses to help Odysseus and his men this time.

The Achaeans don't have wind anymore, so they have to row to the land of the Laestrygonians. They are powerful giants. Their king, Antiphates...

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