The Odyssey Pt. 2

The Odyssey Pt. 2

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  • Athena helps Odysseus, again
  • I'll make you look good
  • They eat and greet
  • ¨if stand beside you and would of been gladdened¨
  • come eat with us!
  • woah! you look good
  • woah you look good!
  • ¨we heartily welcome you...does...Penelope know?¨
  • The relatives plan their revenge
  • ¨...take revenge on the murderers of our brothers...!¨
  • ¨Hear me...It is by your own weakness...these things have happended You would not listen to me, nor to mentor when we told you...¨
  • Athena hides in the crowd of people and perfects Odysseus' appearance, making him "taller and thicker."  Athena does small things like this for Odysseus a lot throughout the books, showing her favoritism of Odysseus, and slight bias.
  • Athena looks for guidance
  • ¨why do you ask and question me...? Was not this your own intention...?¨
  • People gather and eat. The dialog in this scene shows how woman were treated in the time period and how pride was a very important aspect of society, which caused Odysseus numerous problems. Both of these things where shown numerous times.
  • Eupeithes is killed
  • "Son of Arkeisios...balance your far-shadowing spear ans throw it..."
  • while grieving over their kings men's death Eupeithes gathers the people and attempts to convince them to rally against Odysseus. Halitheres tries to change their minds.
  • Athena stops the fighting
  • ¨stop this quarrel...Zeus..may be angry with you¨
  • Athena asks Zeus what he is going to make the men do. This shows how the Gods have control over the men's actions, and how they determine their fate
  • ¨Our Father... will you first inflict evil...or will you establish friendship...?¨
  • Athena, while disguised Mentor tells Laetres to throw his spear. Once again showing the Gods influence on mans decisions
  • Laetres´ spear kills Eupeithes (Antinoos´ father) the brawl would have continued had Athena not Interfered once more, threatening them with the wrath of Zeus
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