In this scene, Odysseus stabs the Cyclops, Polyphemus, in his eye as he sleeps. This scene conveys the idea of revenge because Odysseus is getting payback on Polyphemus for hurting his crew.
In this scene, Odysseus meets Tiresias in the Underworld. There, Tiresias tells Odysseus the outcome of his journey. The idea of fate vs free will is displayed by the idea that Tiresias told Odysseus his future, and that everything would play out as he said. Meaning that no matter what, his fate was set in stone.
In this scene, Odysseus and Telemachus fight off the suitors of his wife, Penelope. This scene displays justice because Odysseus is defending his wife and his home from the suitors, who have disrespected both.