How were the Sirens described in the Odyssey?

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The Sirens were called the Muses of the lower world, Walter Copland Perry observed: "Their song, ... Homer, The Odyssey; Lemprière, John (1827) (6th ed.).
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The Sirens are mostly mentioned by Greek poet Homer in his Epos "Odyssey", where the Sirens encounter Odysseus ... The Sirens were expecting Odysseus ...
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Adventures of Odysseus, ... "‘To the Sirens first you shall come," said ... As they were lifted up in the mouths of her six heads they called to me in ...
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The Odyssey. Home; Background Information; Characters; Overview; Map/Story Summaries; ... The crew kept rowing, and finally they were past the Sirens, ...
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... to the novel "The Odyssey". ... as described in the Odyssey, ... story describes the Sirens. Odysseus is told in the “Odyssey ...
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The End of the Trojan War; Orestes and Odysseus. ... as described in Homer's Odyssey, ... spotted the fragments and saw that they were properly ...
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