Man vs. Nature in Odyssey
Conflict in Literature Storyboard: Man vs. Nature in Odyssey literary Conflict
Odysseus battles nature throughout his journey home to his family.
Odysseus is thwarted by a massive storm at sea that sets him off course.
Poseiden causes other oceanic disasters for the hero. He uses a great whirlpool to kill Odysseus' men. Odysseus himself nearly drowns.
Odysseus is given a bag of wind to help him get home. However, the bag is opened by his crew who mistook it for gold, and it blows them off course.
Odysseus is sent to the underworld seeking information to guide him home. The dangerous journey threatens his life.
Eventually, Odysseus makes peace with the gods, and they stop using nature against him. Finally, he is reunited with his family.
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