Question: English & Literature

What does Percy do in regards to Tyson that shows Percy's maturity from the beginning of the story?

In English & Literature | Asked by MHood2
Asked from the The Sea of Monsters study pack

In The Sea of Monsters, at the beginning of the novel, Percy is embarassed by his cyclops/monster brother, Tyson. He really hates the fact that his father spoke for him, which put him into Percy's cabin at the camp. Now, of course, he's come to understand his brother as a person, and to appreciate his gifts and talents. He is able to overlook the fact that he's part monster. 

MHood2 | 1243 days ago

he ***** anabeth in the pucy percybeth

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