The Odyssey
Updated: 3/10/2020
The Odyssey
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  • Odysseus
  • Penelope
  • Athena
  • Odysseus is the King of Ithaca. He is married to Penelope, and has a son with her, Telemachus. He is currently lost on his journey home after the Trojan War. He was favored by the goddess Athena, but the god Poseidon. He is a noble warrior and a cunning fighter. Odysseus is also known as a gentleman.
  • Telemochas
  • Penelope is the Queen of Ithaca. She is married to Odysseus and has a son, Telemachus. As she waits for Odysseus to return home, she remains loyal to him. Although, many suitors have invaded her home. She refuses to marry one of them, she still believes that her husband is alive. Penelope is a caring and gentle queen, and mother.
  • Nausikka
  • Athena is the goddess of wisdom and war. She acts as a mentor for Odysseus and sometimes his son Telemachus too. Athena has been following Odysseus and Telemachus around disguising herself in many different forms to help them. She casts many spells over them to help them out as well. Athena is very smart and humble.
  • Kalypso
  • Telemachus is the Prince of Ithaca. He is the son of Penelope and Odysseus. He is currently on a quest to find out more information about his father. He dislikes all of the suitors in his home, and has tried to turn them away before but they laughed and called him silly. Telemachus is considered a shy boy, because his father was never around to teach him how to be man.
  • Nausikka is the Princess of the Phaeacians. She sees Odysseus while washing her clothes with her maids. The night before, Athena had visited her and told her to wash her clothes to make her seems more appealing to the bachelors. Nausikka helps Odysseus return home by telling him to come to her palace to meet with her parents about a ship to return home. Nausikka is so beautiful, she is compared to the goddess Artemis.
  • Kalypso is a beautiful nymph. She had Odysseus trapped and held captive on her island until the gods finally sent Hermes to her island to release him. She argued at first but then finally agreed to let Odysseus go. She helped him build a raft and gave him food, water, and a map to help him go on his way. Kalypso is a very beautiful and lustful nymph.
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