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Nausicaä

/ nɔːˈsɪkɪə /

noun

  1. Greek myth a daughter of Alcinous, king of the Phaeacians, who assisted the shipwrecked Odysseus after discovering him on a beach


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But the Goddess floated through them like a breath of wind up to the head of the couch, and spoke to Nausicaa in a dream.

While Odysseus slumbers the Princess Nausicaa and her maidens come down toward the river.

The author of Nausicaa and Other Poems when anger took hold of him always went white and said little.

Only after Calypso is put aside, do Arete the wife and Nausicaa the maid become possible.

She appears to Nausicaa at the beginning in the form of a dream, and bids the maiden look after some washing.

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