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Essay | Themes in "The Odyssey"

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Themes in "The Odyssey"

Summary: Essay discusses the themes found in "The Odyssey" by Homer.

Conduct Is defined as a way of acting or a behavior, and in The Odyssey I believed the biggest form of conduct was the cultural expectation of Hospitality. Due to the Greeks interpretation of their religion being hospitable would be rewarded and could very well be an encounter with a God.

,,Z Hospitality

,,Z Telemachos shows hospitality to Athena and to his father in disguise.

,,Z Odysseus makes the assumption that the Cyclops shares the same religion which is a strong supporter of Hospitality. Odysseus presumes that the Cyclops will give them the customary cordial treatment, but unfortunately the Cyclops thinks differently.

,,Z ¡§ Zeus almighty be damned [¡K] we Cyclopeans care nothing for them, we are stronger than they are. ~ the Cyclops (Book IX p.105)

,,Z Calypso takes in Odysseus in a time of need, Odysseus stays on Calypso¡¦s Island for quite some time and...

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