936-943, lines 1082-1300, "The Test of the Great Bow" and "Death at the Palace"). He also displays curiosity when he poses as a beggar to his son right before the Gods show his true identity (p. 929-930, lines 935-990, "Meeting of Father and Son"). He is able to hear what has been going on in his home for the last few years without his son knowing who he really is... displayed 300 characters
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This soothes his curiosity for knowledge of the times since his departure.
Bravery is in my opinion the most important mark of a leader. Odysseus displays this trait throughout every scene in the Odyssey. Bravery is shown in scenes of Book Two, where he reveals his true identity (p. 931, lines 1006-1035), (p... displayed next 300 characters
Odysseus went away to fight in the Trojan War and did not come home for twenty years. Before Odysseus left he made Penelope promise that if he did not return home before their son Telemachas became a man (grew a mustache) then she was to remarry a suitor...
When Odysseus tries to make it onto the shore of Skheria, Poseidon “…calls up wind / from every quarter, and sends a wall of rain…” (89). Consequently, it is a safe assumption that Poseidon will really have it in for Odysseus...
He is devoted to his mother and to maintaining his father's estate, but he does not know how to protect them from the suitors. Books 3 and 4 show the beginnings of Telemachus' education into the role of a hero...
With that Polythemus called upon his father, Poseidon, to punish the man who had harmed him. That incident hurt Odysseus more than losing a few men, because Poseidon made his travel home ever so longer and arduous...
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