Odyssey Essay | Student Essay

This student essay consists of approximately 4 pages of analysis of The Odyssey.
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The Odyssey: A Paraphrase of Book XIX

Summary: Paraphrases Book XIX of The Odyssey, by Homer.
Odysseus, Telemachus, and Athena were in the hall determining how to take revenge on the suitors. Odysseus ordered Telemachus; "We must hide the weapons and armor where nobody could touch them. If one of the suitors asks, tell them you are protecting them from a fire, anything to pull them away from suspicion." Telemachus did exactly what his father had asked and made a persuading excuse to Eurycleia about finally rising to the occasion of protecting

what was left of his father.

Beautiful Penelope and Odysseus sat down and Penelope immediately started questioning her guest, "What is your name, where are you from, how did you get here." "I am a man of sorrow, a man that suffered so many things in my life," Odysseus replied, " It is wrong for me to shower my misery and complaints to you, so please, do not...

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