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to determine its contents, they open the bag Aeolus had given Odysseus, thus releasing winds that blow the ship off course. [Gk. Lit.: Odyssey].
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Since the purpose of this sex is to gain the release of Odysseus' companions
(297298) we may in the interests of parsimony presume against any other motive for the sex.
The circumstantial evidence, the fact that Odysseus' companions
observe the swelling of the Sirens' throats and Odysseus' gestures, is not sufficient for Brecht to ascertain that the Sirens were actually singing.
Elpenor, one of Odysseus' companions
whom Circe transformed into swine and restored to human form.