The Symbolism Of Power In Homer's Odyssey

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The grounds were shaking, the seas were trembling, and Poseidon, god of the seas was in a rage. His precious three pronged trident was gone, stolen. The worst part about it was that he blamed Zeus. They were always fighting, having their little quarrels but this; this was the worst in centuries. Nobody in Olympus knew who the thief was but they all knew that if this continued that it would break out in war, and that would not be very pretty, but they also knew that none of them, the other ten Olympians could touch the trident or any of the other symbols of power unless it was their own, they would have to get a human to do it or a half-blood. Not knowing who to get they sent out a satyr to find one. When he returned he brought back a half-blood,
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