Character Analysis Of Odysseus In Homer's Odyssey

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LaVelle Steeple 1/8/12 ELA mrs.anthony the odyssey essay shaping sheet odysseus care about his mean. odysseus show his loyalty to his men by leaving the safety of his ship to save save them from crice , saying "you'll never bring back a single man alive quick , cut and run with the rest of us here. (238,296). his loyalty is very strong to his men because he is welling to risk his body and will to live and keep part of his voyage going.being a good hero is being loyal to your men by putting your men before yourself. odysseus save his crew from the wrath of cyclups." what was the best way out? how would i find a way to escape fro death for my crew" (224,470)."i odysseus is sitting there thinking of how will he get his men out of the…show more content…
he is brave because he will think of something to kill the cyclops then do it. odysseus goes to see hades. he show how he is brave by going to the underworld and he knew he may not come back. odysseus rick going to the underworld so he could get home and that show how brave he is. odysseus is brave because what he says he does with out showing any worries. odysseus is a good leader. he think of a plan to escape. odysseus is a good leader because when everyone worrying he sitting in the cave trying to find a way out so they can keep their voyage going. he show how he a good leader and not showing any worries. odysseus lies to the cyclopes by not telling where the ship is. he was being smart and a good leader by keeping his mouth shut about his ship so the cyclopes would not mess it up.he a good leader also because he know when to say and know what not to say. protects men by not telling them about scyllia. odysseus does not tell them about scyllia because the crew might flip out and worry to much and when something happen they might back out. he a good leader because that a smart thing to do because when scyllia come they will just attack. odysseus is a good

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