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The Adventures of Ulysses - Section 6, Cannibal Beach Summary & Analysis

Bernard Evslin
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Section 6, Cannibal Beach Summary

Ulysses sails far away from the Island of the Winds and lands on a beautiful island. Ulysses fears the strangeness of this Island of the Racing Sun. Ulysses brings only two of their ships to the beach and sets up sentries. He sends one man to climb a distant tree and report back to Ulysses what he sees, but the man does not return. Two more men are sent to report without returning. Ulysses decides to scout himself. As he climbs the tree, Ulysses feels the hairy foliage and realizes that the tree is actually a giant who is luckily sleeping. Ulysses quickly climbs down the giant and returns to the Hellenes, ordering them to the ships. The day dawns, and the giants attempt to feast on the Hellenes. Ulysses attacks the giants with his sword, and the Hellenes join him in battle...

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