Odyssey Essay | The Odyssey: Odysseus's Qualities

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The Odyssey: Odysseus's Qualities

Summary: Brief overviews of three qualities of Odysseus in The Odyssey: cunning, determination, and patience.
Qualities of Odysseus

CUNNING- (Book IX, pages 173-184)

Odysseus and his shipmates came across an island during the night. When morning came, they decided to explore it and find out if the men were kind or savage. After wandering for a while, they came across a cave with stores of rich cheeses and other foods. Here they decided to wait for whoever might live on the island. Later, a giant known as a Cyclops returned to his cave. He found that his foods had been eaten and that people were in his cave. When Odysseus decided to introduce himself and his shipmates, the Cyclops decided to lock them in his cave. They were locked inside for three days, and one of them was eaten every day.

On the third day, Odysseus came up with a brilliant plan of escape. After the Cyclops left the cave to...

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