The Odyssey

how does the phaeacians change in response to poseidon's actions.

can you explain in book 13 how the phaeacian change in response to poseidon' s actions

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The Phaeacians on shore are horrified. They understand they have pissed off the wrong sea-god and resolve to abandon their custom of helping lost travellers.