Circe: Sleep with me. I'm a witch-goddess.
Odysseus: Yeah. I like your singing voice. Listen--
Circe: I knew it.
Odysseus: I haven't said anyt...
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Worthy fiction draws us into a world where the characters are emotionally driven and tortured. Their mistakes and triumphs must resonate as real. Human nature doesn't change.
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