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Mythology homework help?

Mythology homework help? Topic: Homework quest
June 19, 2019 / By Eliot
Question: I have a project for English and I need someone [[ a famous person ]] that could be compared to Odysseus. They have to have the same characteristics; died the same way; something like that. Helpp?
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Chauncey Chauncey | 3 days ago
Frodo from lord of the rings. booth characters wants to get back home. Another comparison (especially if you can extend your work to the first part of the duology, the iliade) is the wars described in both books.The adventurer, off on a quest, looking for something that is noble and true. There are friends and companions but ultimately it comes down to just the one person and what they are able to accomplish, on their own, in their own soul. They are both confronted with odd and weird challenges and conflicts, but the main conflict, in both, beyond what they go through, is an internal one.
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Chauncey Originally Answered: Mythology homework help?
Frodo from lord of the rings. booth characters wants to get back home. Another comparison (especially if you can extend your work to the first part of the duology, the iliade) is the wars described in both books.The adventurer, off on a quest, looking for something that is noble and true. There are friends and companions but ultimately it comes down to just the one person and what they are able to accomplish, on their own, in their own soul. They are both confronted with odd and weird challenges and conflicts, but the main conflict, in both, beyond what they go through, is an internal one.
Chauncey Originally Answered: Mythology homework help?
A person killed by someone close to them and they don't know it. A person witty and smart... Hmm... Otto Von Bismark: He united Germany and was "betrayed" by Wilhelm II. ?!?!?!?!

Alvred Alvred
A person killed by someone close to them and they don't know it. A person witty and smart... Hmm... Otto Von Bismark: He united Germany and was "betrayed" by Wilhelm II. ?!?!?!?!
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Alvred Originally Answered: Who was odyssey in Greek mythology?
You mean Odysseus? He wasn't a worrier so much as a warrior. He was one of the Greeks who fought in the Trojan war. He was King of Ithaca, husband of Penelope, and father of Telemachus. In the Iliad he is typically viewed as the antithesis to Achilles. After the war Odysseus faced a long and perilous journey, but rather than do everything he could to avoid danger, he faced it to prove his strength. Eventually he returned home to Ithaca where he faced one final challenge-- his wife was being harangued, her home besieged, by dozens of unwanted suitors. Odysseus must dispose of them without betraying his identity, or else they will kill him first. You have to read the Odyssey, or at least a summary of it, to understand Odysseus fully.
Alvred Originally Answered: Who was odyssey in Greek mythology?
it is not who. it is a story. you could be spelling the name wrong. ive studyed greek mythology for a LONG time.the only Odyssey i know of is the story buy Homer

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