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I think that in the books nine through twelve the main thing that was in common was the death of the people First it was Odysseus who raided the Kikonians and than later when the kikonians turned everything over it was Odysseus and his companions who flee from them nearly escaping death After the kikonians they fell into the hands of the outrageous Cyclops who ate his companions Odysseus after loosing many of his companions by the hands of Cyclops was able to escape with the rest of his remaining companions It wasnt until a few days later in their journey towards home that they once again faced death-defying danger It was when Laistrygonian summoned her famous husband Antiphates to devise a death plan against Odysseus and his companions After escaping the evil trap of Antiphates they came across the dread goddess Circe in the land of Aiaia Circe first invited his companions over at her house as she does to any mortal that she could lay her hands on She than gave them food and wine which was mixed with malignant drugs to make them forget about their country And when they got drunk she struck them with her wand and turned them in to pigs Luckily Odysseus was also able to escape from her misery and in turn made her to help him find his way home However she laid down before him another journey that he must do In order to fulfill that journey they went to the land of the dead Their Odysseus came across death in yet another way He wasnt endangered by it this time however he met many dead people that he had known Odysseus and his companions on their way back home once again came across death Except this time he and especially his companions were not very lucky His companions got corrupted by hunger and ate the cattle of Helios which led to their
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