The Adventures of Ulysses - Study Guide Section 15, The Return Summary & Analysis

Bernard Evslin
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Ulysses lands on a lonely part of the shore in Ithaca; his home seems strange and unfriendly and will not feel like home again until he slays his enemies and regains his throne. Ulysses stores his treasure in a cave and dons the rags of a beggar. Dressed as a beggar, Ulysses goes to Eumaeus, his swineherd, who he tells that he has met Ulysses in his travels. Eumaeus claims that all beggars say that when they come to Ithaca, but he will feed the beggar anyway because even liars need to eat. Eumaeus feels like he has seen this beggar before, but Ulysses denies this. Ulysses, as a beggar, tells Eumaeus of his plans to go to the castle to beg, but Eumaeus explains that the suitors hate Ulysses and will not applaud the beggar for bringing news of their king. Ulysses...

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