Odyssey Essay | Odysseus' Quest to be Homeward Bound

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Odysseus' Quest to be Homeward Bound

Summary: This essay describes the decisions that Odysseus made in his quest for home and how they affected his overall judgement throughout the rest of his journey in Homer's "The Odyssey."
In life, certain choices must be made. Some can involve the simplest matters of everyday life, where others make the difference between life and death. Along the way, people must always ask for help. If they do not, they will most certainly become lost in a literal sense or merely within their own minds. Their own decisions must be made by themselves to make judgments. Whether they are correct or incorrect, these decisions let people distinguish justice, hospitality, love, and how they act. In the epic poem, The Odyssey by Homer, the protagonist Odysseus must return to his homeland of Ithaka to seek revenge upon suitors that have been courting his wife Penelope. Along his journey, he must also rely on the hospitality of others to continue his journey homeward.

Before Odysseus can return to his homeland, he must endure the wrath of the...

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