Comparing Odysseus 'Strong Words And Courage In Homer's Odyssey'

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3 Zineb Cherif 1/3/11 In the passage that Odysseus explains to his men with strong words and courage. He told his men while they were about to go in Scylla’s cave to not be afraid of what new creature or trouble will show up. They shouldn’t be afraid of what’s coming because most of them survived passing the big bad Cyclops. He told them they were strong and brave to even stay in his cave for days. He also told him that what ever they will be facing now shall be a huge memory just as Cyclops. So he tells them to not look down and get frightened. They have to keep there heads up and look powerful and fearless. Finally he tells them to obey him as their leader and to keep on moving forward.

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