The Siren of Sorrento is not just a Mermaid. She is the Homeric siren, the siren of Ulysses. The Siren, as well as all mythological subjects, brings with it a load of symbolism open to different interpretations. But, beyond the "frightening" interpretations of admonishment not to follow one's senses, the Homeric sirens sing the song of "Truth", as they are omniscient beings. Ulysses, on the other hand, represents the hero, the one who is not satisfied to be told what is right and what is not. He wants to listen: in doing so, he not only enhances the concept of "FREE WILL" but also the concept of "Curiosity", as a spark for learning, discovery and therefore growth.