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Take over,
O my elders and betters, try the bow,
run off the contest."
Page 405, Line 496- Telemakhos is described as the "true son of King Odysseus," implying that he deserves to be called Odysseus's son because he is worthy of him and possesses his strength and cunning; it's also an indication of Telemakhos's own awakening and strengthening, and becoming into a hero.

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