Another example that shows Odysseus being a clever hero is when Odysseus and his men have to escape from the Cyclops. Since Odysseus stabbed the Cyclops in the eye, the Cyclops was blinded, but the Cyclops blocked the entrance to the cave he was feeling everything that went past him. Odysseus was in a predicament and he had to find a way to escape, so Odysseus came up with the clever idea of putting one man under three sheep so that the Cyclops would feel his sheep and not Odysseus and his men as they escaped. Once Odysseus and his men escaped, they returned to their ships and continued their
Odysseus and his men are trapped in the cave of the deadly Cyclops, and four men have already been eaten. Odysseus shows his bright intellect and cunning nature to formulate the plan to free himself and his comrades. After tricking the Cyclops into getting drunk on wine, Odysseus taunted him and stabbed him in the eye with a hot stake. “I poured him another fiery bowl – three bowls . .
When Odysseus and his men got stuck in the Cyclops cave everyone else freaked out. Odysseus calmed everyone down and devised a plan to shove a giant stick into the Cyclops one good eye. After this worked Odysseus and his men hide under the sheep so when the Cyclops felt the sheep he felt fur and let them outside. A way Ulysses showed his leadership was when he saw his African American friend getting ready to be hanged by the KKK. Ulysses sprang into action and made the KKK regret ever taking his friend by knocking the burning cross over.
Odysseus was widely known to the ancient Greeks for helping defeat Troy with his idea of the Trojan horse to get King Menelaus’ wife, Helen, back from Paris, the prince of Troy. It took Odysseus ten years to win the war and ten years to reach his homeland, Ithaca, and return to his wife, Penelope, and his son, Telemachus. During these twenty years, Odysseus has chosen to make many bad decisions and choices yet he was blessed by the gods and helped by his mentor Athena and safely reached Ithaca but lost all his comrades and friends. Odysseus reached Ithaca to find his home occupied by ruthless, arrogant suitors! Aggravated, Odysseus carefully planned a trap with the help of two loyal men and killed all the suitors.
To prevent a future problem. After the drunk giant passed out the men heat up a wooden and stab it into the eye of the giant who begins to scream in pain. When the courious neighbors came to see what was going on only thing they here is “Nobody`s killing me”. Disguising there self with the sheep they slightly made it out the cave. The Cyclops would let the sheep out every morning and they left with them.
This shows that when a once huge symbolism of power loses its significance, mayhem takes place. Ralph, Piggy, and Samneric march over to Castle Rock with the conch to try and get Piggy’s glasses back, and maybe restore some peace. Ralph calls an assembly with the conch and no one listens to him. Ralph and Jack get into a brawl and Jack nearly stabs Ralph with a spear. Jack orders his tribe to grab Samneric and tie them up.
The almighty kept the demons out, but soon split into different forms of evil. The evil opposed the Lora’s will and Defeated again and again. Later, Grendel and Herot had a conversation about what the warrior’s next move was going to be. He found them sound asleep and suspected nothing. The monsters soon slipped though the door and silently killed thirty men and ran with there bodies while the was dripping.
Odysseus showed that he was crafty or cunning in the Cyclop’s cave when gets the Cyclops drunk and tells him that his name is Nhobdy. This helped Odysseus and his men to escape the cave because when Odyesseus blinds the Cyclops, the Cyclops can only yell for help, telling the other Cyclops that Nhobdy blinded him. Odysseus demonstrates how clever he is again when he ties his men under the bellies of sheep, so that when the blinded Cyclops rolls the stone away from the mouth of the cave to send his sheep out in the morning, he won’t feel his captives escaping. After the men are all safely aboard the ship, beginning to
Part B) he tries to eat his guests, not very nice, or hospitable. Page 1017 2. (Part A) The sirens lure men to their death by singing to them. Their songs are so beautiful that the men are unable to resist coming over to them. (Part B) The danger from the sirens is much greater than that from the lotus eaters.
The Cyclops cave they were in belonged to Polyphemus, Poseidon’s son. Odysseus’ plan to defeat the Cyclops was to offer him some powerful wine to get him drunk. Then he would have him open the door and on their way out they would use a tree carved and shaved down like a knife, then heat it up and hide in poop. Then after the boulder was removed he would stab him in the eye then twist. Odysseus tells the Cyclops his name is Nohbdy.