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Essay | Odysseus's Struggle to Find His Way Home

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Odysseus's Struggle to Find His Way Home

Summary: The journey of Odysseus in Homer's The Odyssey took more time than Odysseus originally intended and contains many adventures along the way. These adventures brought out Odysseus' many character traits, including perseverance, loyalty, determination, and patience.
Jon Gilmore

Ms. Hunter

Eng. H., Per. 2

17/4/06

Odysseus's Struggle to Find His Way Home: His Many Journeys

A typical scene: You and your family take a trip somewhere else, leaving home for a week, maybe 2 weeks at a time, expecting to end your journey back where you started, your home. For Odysseus, the Hero in the epic "The Odyssey", a similar idea came into mind when leaving his home to fight in the Trojan War, unfortunately the journey took more time than he originally anticipated. Odysseus's, original plan was for a single escapade from his house located in Ithaca to fight in the battle of Troy and to come back, but it ended up turning into an adventure, traveling everywhere from a corrupted nymph, to giant Cyclops, even leading him to the land of the dead, showing his personal characteristics such as his...

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