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In a similar spirit, Lawrence pays tribute to the chthonic potency of Pan as untamed nature deity, but demurs at embracing Wordsworth's singlehearted pantheism: "Lucy Gray, alas, was the form that William Wordsworth thought fit
Odysseus hasn't always been quite so singlehearted. Much earlier in the journey if not the narrative, having bested Kirke with Hermes' help, Odysseus lingers long months feasting with the now-hospitable enchantress until his shipmates summon him to "'shake off this trance, and think of home-/ if home indeed awaits us, / if we shall ever see / your own well-timbered hall on Ithaka'" (Homer 10.521-24 [179]).