Legendary father of Odysseus
Odysseus' faithful wife
Penelope's servant, Odysseus' nurse
Goddess that intervenes on Odysseus' behalf
Father of Polyphemus
Cyclops that held Odysseus and his men captive
Helps Odysseus resist Circe's magic
Beautiful witch goddess that turns Odysseus' men into swine
One of Odysseus' men, did not go into Circe's hall, convinced rest of men to kill Lord Helios' cattle
Most popular of Odysseus' men, convinces them to enter Circe's hall
Blind prophet from land of the dead
Harpies on the sea who lure sailors to their death with their beautiful song
Female monster with six serpent-like heads who devour passing sailors
Giant whirlpool who sucks down the sea and all that is in it three times a day
Overlord of noon with immortal cattle
Beautiful sea nymph who keeps Odysseus captive for seven years
most arrogant and rude of Penelope's suitors, first to die
One of Penelope's suitors who when about to die, blames his wrong doings on another suitor
Peacemaker of R+J
Bites thumb at Montague servants
Nephew of Lady Capulet
"This holy shrine"
Reveals Romeo's last name to Juliet
Won't be hit by "Cupid's arrow" and has "Dian's wit"
Recalls embarrassing stories from Juliet's childhood
"Prince of Cats"
"Virtuous and well governed youth that Verona brags of"
Quarantined messenger from R+J
With whom the Friar believes Romeo has been
Will climb a rope ladder
Motivation is lack of money (R+J)
only 13 years old
Wants Romeo dead for killing Tybalt
has battle of wits with Romeo
"Scurvy knave" who "loves to hear himself talk and will speak more in a minute than he will stand to in a month"
"Precious book of love" "unbound lover to beautify him only lacks a cover"