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Analysis of Homer's 'the Odyssey"

Summary: In The Odyssey, two separate stories of two separate but powerful men come together to make an inspirational story about one man and how he tries to get home. Homer matures Telemachos as a character and as an individual, while showing Odysseus' struggle to get home. How Do I Cite This Essay?
In The Odyssey, Homer, matures Odysseus' child, Telemachos, before he develops Odysseus himself from a modern man into an archetypical hero. "Friend, let me put it in the plainest way. My mother says I am his son; I know not surely. Who has known his own engendering"

I wish at least I had some happy man's father, going old in his house-but unknown death and silence are the fate of him that, since you ask, they call my father."(Homer, The Odyssey). Telemachos wanted to find his father, in which he had not seen in over twenty years, so he could hid his mother's house of the many suitors and to save his family. However, Odysseus is on his own journey, he is trying to get home after fighting in the Trojan War.

First, Homer shows Telemachos' maturation in books one through four by...

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