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Odyssey and the Connection with Serenity

Summary: Examines the epic poem, The Odyssey by Homer. Analyzes the theme of serenity. Describes how men, as shown through The Odyssey, consider the peaceful life as the best life in order to attain control and stability.
Having a peaceful life is living a life without instability, which is commonly unwanted. The peaceful and absolute serene life is argued as the best, which is undoubtedly true because there is nothing to hinder anyone from pursuing and living a peaceful life. Odysseus is required to rid of the pestering annoyances, which is required to live a peaceful life. Such pestering annoyances, to Odysseus, would totally ruin the so-called "peaceful" life for him. Man, as shown through The Odyssey, consider the peaceful life as the best life in order to attain control and stability.

The simple element of "control" is thoroughly required to live a peaceful life, in which no chaos wanders. Ill-mannered suitors threaten Odysseus' kingship by asking for Penelope's hand in marriage, which is most chaotic for it is his rightful position. The need for Odysseus back in Ithaca is highly...

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