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Preface to First Edition
Preface to Second Edition
The Gods in Council--Miverva's Visit to Ithaca--The Challenge from Telemachus to the Suitors.
Assembly of the People of Ithaca--Speeches of Telemachus and of the Suitors--Telemachus Makes His Preparations and Starts for Pylos with Minerva Disguised as Mentor.
Telemachus Visits Nestor at Pylos.
The Visit to King Menelaus, Who Tells His Story--Meanwhile the Suitors in Ithaca Plot Against Telemachus.
Calypso--Ulysses Reaches Scheria on a Raft.
The Meeting Between Nausicaa and Ulysses.
Reception of Ulysses at the Palace of King Alcinous.
Banquet in the House of Alcinous--The Games.
Ulysses Declares Himself and Begins His Story---The Cicons, Lotophagi, and Cyclopes.
Aeolus, the Laestrygones, Circe.
The Visit to the Dead.
The Sirens, Scylla and Charybdis, the Cattle of the Sun.
Ulysses Leaves Scheria and Returns to Ithaca.
Ulysses in the Hut with Eumaeus.
Minerva Summons Telemachus from Lacedaemon--He Meets with Theoclymenus at Pylos and Brings Him to Ithaca--On Landing He Goes to the Hut of Eumaeus.
Ulysses Reveals Himself to Telemachus.
Telemachus and His Mother Meet--Ulysses and Eumaeus Come Down to the Town, and Ulysses is Insulted by Melanthius--He is Recognised by the Dog Argos--He is Insulted and Presently Struck by Antinous with a Stool--Penelope Desires that He Shall be Sent to Her.
The Fight with Irus--Ulysses Warns Amphinomus--Penelope Gets Presents from the Suitors--The Braziers--Ulysses Rebukes Eurymachus.
Telemachus and Ulysses Remove the Armour--Ulysses Interviews Penelope--Euryclea Washes His Feet and Recognises the Scar on His Leg--Penelope Tells Her Dream to Ulysses.
Ulysses Cannot Sleep--Penelope's Prayer to Diana--The Two Signs from Heaven--Eumaeus and Philoetius Arrive--The Suitors Dine--Ctesippus Throws an Ox's Foot at Ulysses--Theoclymenus Foretells Disaster and Leaves the House.
The Trial of the Axes, During which Ulysses Reveals Himself to Eumaeus and Philoetius
The Killing of the Suitors--The Maids Who Have Misconducted Themselves are Made to Cleanse the Cloisters and are then Hanged.
Penelope Eventually Recognises Her Husband--Early in the Morning Ulysses, Telemachus, Eumaeus, and Philoetius Leave the Town.
The Ghosts of the Suitors in Hades--Ulysses and His Men Go to the House of Laertes--The People of Ithaca Come Out to Attack Ulysses, but Minerva Concludes a Peace.
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