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The suitors are dead. What trials must Ulysses still face?
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Ulysses faces no problems; the suitors were the last thing standing between him and his long-awaited homecoming.
Ulysses must still go on one last journey as Teiresias instructed him to do in order to ensure himself a long, peaceful old age.
Ulysses must face the retaliation of the suitors’ families who will seek to avenge their deaths.
Ulysses must still face the trial of the Cicones before he can finally rest in Ithaca.
Ulysses must face the wrath of Penelope who has heard about his affair with Calypso.