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ead the excerpt from The Odyssey. My heart beat high now at the chance of action, and drawing the sharp sword from my hip I went along his flank to stab him where the midriff holds the liver. I had touched the spot when sudden fear stayed me: if I killed him we perished there as well, for we could never move his ponderous doorway slab aside. What prevents Odysseus from killing the sleeping Cyclops? He thinks he can reason with the Cyclops in the morning. He wants to make the Cyclops his ally and friend. He knows that they cannot move the bould

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  1. anonymous
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    Its C, because without the cyclops they cant move the boulder and get out of the cave

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    C

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