1. What are the two reasons that Telemachus calls the Ithacans to assembly?
2. Who are Telemachus’ outspoken advocates in the assembly?
3. What is the chief means employed by Penelope in order to stall the suitors?
4. What is the sign read by Halitherses during the assembly?
5. How does Halitherses interpret the sign?
6. What personae are assumed by Athene in Book II?
7. How does Telemachus manage to acquire a ship and crew?
8. Why does Eurycleia protest against...
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