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  • The Siren
  • OMG it's so BEAUTIFUL Let me GOOO
  • LalalalaLAAAAAA
  • The Cyclops' Cave 
  • Circe's Cavern
  • You see this pig? This will be you in 5,4,3...
  • OH NO YOU DON"T!!!
  • This shows how heroic Odysseus is because he was trying to overthrow the prophecy by attempting to sacrifice himself to the Siren so his crew mates wouldn't die. "And I tried to say 'Untie me!' to the crew, jerking my brows..."
  • Odysseus Winning His Wife Back
  • OMG THIS OLD MAN CAN AIM!!
  • This image proves that Odysseus is heroic because he was smart and got the cyclops drunk, which allowed them to escape by hiding in the wool of the rams, so that when the cyclops let them out to graze Odysseus and his men escaped. "...Then slung a man under each middle one to ride there safely shielded left and right."
  • Why Odysseus is a Hero
  • Odysseus is heroic in this instance because he saved his men from being pigs forever. "...She flew after them with her long stick and shut them in a pigsty...and Circe tossed them acorns, mast, and cornel berries--fodder for hogs who rut and slumber on the earth."
  • Why Odysseus is a Hero
  • This scene shows how heroic Odysseus is because he protected the family's dignity and made it to where his wife didn't have to remarry. "Now flashed arrow from twanging bow clean as a whistle through every socket ring, and grazed not one, to thud with heavy brazen head beyond."
  • What does this old guy think he's doing
  • I believe Odysseus is a hero because all heroes have flaws. It makes the hero more relatable because you know that even the most heroic people can have horrible flaws.
  • I believe Odysseus is a hero.
  • Odysseus is a hero because he saved his crew mates many times and kept his wife from having to marry another man. For instance, he saved his men from the witch Circe. She would have turned them into pigs if Odysseus hadn't of stepped in. When he got back home, he successfully split the logs to get his wife back. Odysseus is heroic in many ways.
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