The Odyssey Epic Hero

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Homer established the fact that Odysseus was willing to take help in addition to friendship from Athena when he wrote, "For I never knew the gods to show such open friendship and Pallas Athene standing by Odysseus." (The Odyssey, Homer, 23.) Most men of the time would have been ashamed to receive help, but Odysseus received help gladly...
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In addition, he even sought help from Tiresius, the blind seer who resided in Hades, the land of the dead. Finally, Odysseus accepted Aeolus' gift of the bad of winds without hesitation. Secondly, Odysseus is faithful to those whom he loves and is determined to return to his home of Ithaca. He was willing to form an alliance with the witch Circe in order to save his men from her turning them into swine...
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