Once Juliet wakes up she finds Romeo dead, she then stabs herself in the chest. The Capulet’s and Montague’s end the feud. Friar Lawrence’s actions and decisions are the reason for Romeo and Juliet’s deaths because he showed he wasn't the holy man he was supposed to be, He also made very risky plans, and didn't stop to think of the consequences before marrying Romeo and Juliet. Friar Lawrence showed another unholy side to him in some parts of the play. For example he went on and married the two without their parents aware.
He leaves Corinth and travels to Thebes, and on the way he unknowingly kills his father during a quarrel. After saving Thebes from the Sphinx, he is given the hand of Queen Jocasta, his mother, for marriage and he becomes the new king of Thebes. One of the many reasons Oedipus is a coward is that he didn’t want to face his parent s again. His thought at the moment when he blinds himself is that if he killed himself he will see his real parents in the underworld, who he had committed those crimes against. Instead of repenting for his sins he escapes them.
The Cyclops would let the sheep out every morning and they left with them. Next, Poseidon curses Odysseus and his man. Poseidon was mad at Odysseus for numerous reasons. Poseidon supported the Trojans in the Trojans war and Odysseus was a member of the Greek army that beat the Trojans. The goddess Athena was the main patron of Odysseus and she was a rival to Poseidon, by beating him in the patron deity of Athens.
On Oedipus’s way to Thebes he comes across Laius, the king of Thebes, heading home from his consultation with an oracle. Laius’s bodyguards push Oedipus off the side of the road and out of their way. Oedipus fights back and ends up killing all of Laius’s men including Laius. Of course Oedipus does not know who he has just killed let alone knows that Laius was his father.
However, his shipmates think the wind god has secretly given him gold and silver. They rip open the bag and release all the winds they need to complete their journey home. This shows temptation for the imaginary gold, and folly. They return to Aeolus, but he refusing to help someone so cursed by the Gods. Next they row to the land of the Laestrygonians, they seem kind and willing to help, but instead eat some of the men for dinner and sink many of their ships.
Poseidon is mad a odysseus because he blinded his son the king of the Cyclops Athena disguised herself as an old friend of odysseus, then as a captain among the soldiers, then as the son of anchialus and an old friend of odysseus. Athena advises telemachaus to look for his father. If he finds his father he kills the suitors if not they have a proper funeral and his mom can remarry penelopie says that she cannot choose a husband until she finishes weaving which she unravels each night An omen is a sign of what is to come Zeus sends eagles as a sign Athena took the shape of telmeachus and gathered a ship and crew. Nestor has opinions of odysseus Nestor was amazed when he realizes that telemachos’s companion is Athena he says telem.
His father had killed him and served his flesh to the gods, hoping to fool the gods. The gods punished Tantalus and restored Pelops to life. Demeter, who had eaten part of shoulder blade, replaced it with ivory shaped like his shoulder blade. When Pelops reached manhood, he heard that King Oenomaüs (Oenomaus) of Pisa, the son of Ares and Asterope, challenged his suitors to a chariot race, offering his daughter Hippodaemia's hand in marriage as the prize. However, any suitors who lose the race against the king also forfeit his life.
One instance occurs, “What crueler loss had I beheld that night the city fell? Ascanius, my father, and the Teucrian Penates, I left my friends’ charge and hid them well in a hollow valley” (Damrosch, Pike, p.718). Aeneas leaves the safety of hiding to search for his wife, who was missing in the hysteria. He returns and the troop sets off on their journey to find Italy. Another example, can be demonstrated when Mercury reminds Aeneas of his duties as a father, that his own son, “Iulus, to whom the Italian realm, the land of Rome, are due” (Damrosch, Pike, p.728).
In fact, some of the monsters in the story knew he was an epic hero, such as Circe in Book 10 (Line 56) “ ‘ What champion, of what country, can you be?’”, Odysseus finally justify himself to Poseidon, who finally let him return to home. As soon as he got home, he needed to conquer one last challenge. In order to see his wife, Penelope again, he had to kill the army of suitors that were waiting at his front door for Penelope’s hand in marriage. He killed each and every single one of the men. For this reason, Odysseus have had proven himself to be an epic
* Plotted to murder Telemachus before he inherited his father’s lands. * Telemachus journeyed to Pylos and Sparta to look for his father. * Athena disguised Odysseus as a beggar and directed him to the hut of Eumaeus. * While Odysseus and Eumaeus were having breakfast, Telemachus arrived and Athena appeared to Odysseus. * Athena took a form of a tall woman unseen by Telemachus.