First by far to see her was Prince Telemachus,
sitting among the suitors, heart obsessed with grief.
He could almost see his magnificent father, here…
in the mind’s eye – if only he might drop from the clouds
and drive these suitors all in a rout throughout the halls
and regain his pride of place and rule his own domains!

– Homer

The Odyssey, Book 1, lines 132-137. We are introduced to Odysseus’ son Telemachus for the first time. We are told by way of a heart metaphor that he is full of grief for his absent father. He is the first to notice Athena, who appears in the form of Mentes. We get foreshadowing in this passage of what will happen when Odysseus routs the suitors.