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Weegy: Book 10: Odysseus Tells His Story-At the Islandsof Aeolus and Circe Odysseus and his surviving crewmen now sail to the island of Aeolus, king of the winds. [ Aeolus gives Odysseus a bag containing all the winds that would blow him off his homeward course. They sail away and come close enough to Ithaca to see the watch-fires, when Odysseus falls asleep at the helm and his crew, thinking the bag contains a hoard of gold, untie it and release the captive winds - which blow them right back to Aeolus's island. Aeolus refuses to help them again, saying that they are obviously cursed by the gods. Odysseus and his crew set sail once more and eventually reach the land of the Laestrygonians, who destroy all but one of his ships. The survivors sail to Circe's island, where most of them are promptly turned into pigs by this enchantress. Odysseus, forewarned by Hermes, avoids Circe's trap and frees his men. They remain with Circe for a year before Odysseus's men ask to leave. Circe tells Odysseus that he must first visit the underworld and consult with the shade of the prophet Tiresias on how best to get home. ]
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Eurycleia - the aged and loyal servant who nursed Odysseus and Telemachus when they were babies.

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Laertes is odysseus's father.

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