"We would entreat you, great Sir, have a care for the gods courtesy ; Zeus will avenge the unoffending guest."
¨NO quitting now.¨
¨Odysseus, raider of cities, took your eye!¨
Odysseus confidently pleads to the Cyclopes, and sets the big advesary off when he preaches about the gods will for his charity.
Odyesseus and his men take action against the cyclope using a giant pike, wich gives them the upper hand for the moment. Just as quickly everyone prepares their escape, this shows us that Odysseus is not only gallant but tricky when need be. The plor begins to speed up and become somewhat suspensful.
Odysseus although he has displayed great courage lets an unsavory feature of his get the best of him. Odysseus becomes somewhat of an arrogant man wich leads to him being cursed, punished for ten long years, wich gives this a bitter sweet ending.