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This student essay consists of approximately 4 pages of analysis of Homer's Odyssey.
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Homer's Odyssey: Man vs. Gods

Summary: Essay argues whether Odysseus would be able to survive without the help and intervention of the Gods.
The great Odysseus, the God-like man who conquered Troy in one day and overcame Poseidon's punishments one by one, he was the one who was remembered as a legend, a god, and his name remembered for centuries. The Odyssey by the Greek bard, Homer, translated by Robert Fagles is set in the time of Greek Mythologies, from 700 B.C. to 800 B.C. Of all the characters portrayed in The Odyssey, Odysseus is the one character that is truly portrayed as the hero. He was introduced in the story for the purpose of to prove that man does not need the God's, for man can live freely and happily without the help of the God's; little does Odysseus know, the God's have always been helping him. Reading The Odyssey really changed my view about reading how it's able to have an impact on you.

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