Last class on The Odyssey: address between husband and wife.  Lattimore's translation of the exchanged address between Odysseus and Penelope as δαιμονίη as "You are so strange."  Homer (though Lattimore doesn't indicate this), has Hektor and Andromache also address each other this way.  Address as well to strangers -- range from an affectionate "Silly" to a more existential "daimon-haunted."  The two greatest similes in the Odyssey.  Penelope's trick.  Life defeats death.