With Odysseus having been away for 15 years, suitors show up to his palace seeking the hand of his wife, Penelope, for marriage. They impose themselves in the household, eating all the food and drinking all the wine, as well as insulting Telemachus, the host, and refusing to leave when Penelope did not want them there. Once Odysseus returns to Ithaca, disguised as a beggar, he is insulted and has a stool thrown by Eurymachus almost hit him. Following this, Penelope prays to Artemis, asking her to kill her, promptly leading to Odysseus asking Zeus to ‘show me a sign, a good omen voiced by someone awake indoors’, to which ‘Zeus in all his wisdom heard that prayer. He thundered at once’.
While odysseus is away, the suitors stay at his home and try to win over his wife Penelope, they give themselves completely to gluttony. They have a nightly feast, and consume everything in the palace. “A carver lifted cuts of each roast meat to put on trenchers / before the two. He gave them cups of gold, / and these, the steward as he went his rounds / filled and filled again” (175-178). They are consumed by temptation and laziness, and spend all of their time giving into desire.
Telemachus, Odysseus’ son, tells all the suitor that it is time to quit the games and sit down for supper,”At this reminder/ they all broke up their games, and trailed away/ into the gracious, timbered hall. There, first/ they dropped their cloaks on chairs; then came their ritual:/putting great rams and fat goats to the knife-”(XVII.223-227.). All the suitors that have been living in Odysseus home for many years, all act as if they have made it their new home. Greek hospitality is important because if not, all these men would not feel as if Ithaca was their home, let alone act so natural in someone else's house. Odysseus is disguised as a beggar in his own house, and Penelope, Odysseus’ wife, tells her maids what to do for him, ”Maids, maids, come was him, make a bed for him,/bedstead and colored rugs and coverlets/ to let him lie warm into the gold of Dawn”(XIX.375-376.).
At the beginning of her story, Binti is known to be 100% Himba. While on the way to Oomza Uni, Binti encounters a creature known as the Meduse. This species is translucent, with tentacle-like projections for hair, and a poisonous stinger beneath its body. One day, Binti is eating in the dining hall, and she witnesses the Meduse fatally sting one of her closest friends, Heru. The Meduse end up murdering almost everyone on the ship.
He slays all the suitors that lived at his house and drank his wine and ate his food. “I would not stay my hands from the slaughter.” (Homer 640) All the suitors stayed at his house and are trying to marry his wife while he is away at Troy trying to get home. All of the suitors that stayed there ate his food and drank his wine too. He made the suitors pay for eating his food, drinking his wine, and trying to marry his wife, Penelope. He shot the suitors with his bow and then when he ran out of arrows him and his son killed all of the people with their
So that night Lady Macbeth, Macbeth, king Duncan and the king's guards are all eating dinner and Macbeth gets ready for his plan. Lady Macbeth is going to hang around the guards and get them drunk and sleep with them that night, so when Duncan goes up to bed they won’t hear anything. While Duncan is sleeping Macbeth goes into the room and kills Duncan in his sleep and then hands the knife's over to the guards to make it look like they did it. So in the end of all this Macbeth ends up killing Duncan just like he wanted
The end i ate a piece of chicken and choked to death i got to the hospital and he said u were lucky and he ran ran and ran and stole a car to pick up i gang to rob the cupcake store so they did and the next day the went to their place and had another plan they were going to get his KFC back a homeless guy stole it and they were going to get it back to eat 1i494995483 years later they found he and he was still eating it they said gimme the chicken he said ok it gone hav the bone the where so exidid to eat the
Plot: In this last scene, Lucius arrives to Titus house and hands over Aaron to Marcus. Then there arrives Saturninus and Tamora. Here Titus kills his own daughter Lavina after telling the story of how a father killed his daughter who has been raped to the guests. When Saturninus asks Titus who raped Lavina, then he reveals the name of Tamora son after Tamora took the first bite of human pie which was of her ow sons and then Titus stabs Tamora. Then the scene is followed by Saturninus killing Titus and Lucius Killing Saturninus.
We Cyclops are stronger than Zeus. I’ll show you hospitality. With that he snatched up two of my men and bashed their brains out on the floor (mythweb.com).” Even though Odysseus and his men are rude to Polythemus, he should give them at least some sort of hospitality since it is a ancient greek custom and Odysseus and his men are staying in his home. If you are the guest you as well should be respectful to the host. Odysseus and his men are very rude and show negative hospitality as guest by eating Polythemus’ cheese and then later on stabbing him in the eye while he was sleeping.
As he was pulled into his office, the CEO turned around and said calmly, “Welcome, Walter Mitty,” he then stood up and walked towards the wall, pointing at a button. “Do you know what will happen if I push this button? The floor will open up and you will be eaten alive by leeches. Do you want that? If not, I would like the copy of the plans that you have stolen.” “Never,” retorted Walter Mitty “Well then,” the CEO calmly replied, “I guess I'll just have to get it.” The CEO pushed the button and the floor opened up, leaving Walter Mitty staring at the huge tank that he just narrowly avoided falling into by jumping backward at the last second.
While they are eating the chess and the wine, a large Cyclopes Polyphemus is not happy with what he sees and he eats two of the men, and “when the cyclops fills is huge belly with human flesh, he washed it down with milk, then stretched out in his cave among his flocks.” (Homer, The Odyssey, Book IX, Page 277). Odysseus decides to blind the cyclops while he is asleep and they