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The Adventures of Ulysses Chapter Summary & Analysis - Section 13, Ino's Veil Summary

Bernard Evslin
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Section 13, Ino's Veil Summary

Calypso provides Ulysses with a sturdy vessels and sufficient provisions, but seventeen days after Ulysses leaves Ogygia, Poseidon returns from his vacation in Africa and angrily calls a storm when he notices Ulysses. The storm rips Ulysses ship apart, and Ulysses wonders why he continues fighting; he fights by instinct, grabbing a plank. Weakened drastically, Ulysses fears that the next wave will drown him. Ino, a beautiful nereid who hates Poseidon, is near. She approaches Ulysses who questions if she serves Poseidon. Ino assures Ulysses that she wants to injure Poseidon by saving Ulysses. She loans him her veil which does not sink and tells him to swim for the coast then toss the veil back into the water where it will find its way back to her. Ino gives Ulysses the veil and swims away. Although Ulysses doubts Ino, he decides to...

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