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oodysseus strengths are? and weaknesses are ?
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STRENGTHS:

Odysseus is a very clever, quick-witted, tricky man. He often gets himself into perilous situations, but he always figures out ways to escape from them.

Although he makes many mistakes, Odysseus does try to learn from them. For example, after making so many mistakes on the Cyclops’ island, Odysseus is much more cautious on Circe’s island.

When his foolhardiness brings death to his men, Odysseus is genuinely sorry.


WEAKNESSES:

His curiosity is always getting the better of him. As a result, he takes his men into dangerous situations that he could have avoided, if he had not been so curious and pointlessly daring.

A glaring example is when he leads his men across to the island of Polyphemus, the Cyclops. He provokes the Cyclops, quite unnecessarily. This leads to the immediate deaths of some of his crew; and eventually, because of Polyphemus’ curse, to all of them perishing.

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the legend ofodysseus began with?
Weegy: The legend of Odysseus began with his calm, measured leadership of soldiers on the battlefield. (More)
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the challenge faced by odysses in lsmaros is?
Weegy: In Homer’s historic epic The Odyssey the protagonist, Odysseus, is venturing home to his native land of Ithaca. [ Throughout the story Odysseus is faced with many great challenges and is forced to make many decisions that will greatly affect his life and that of everyone around him. Each decision is crucial to his survival and his journey home. Homer portrays many patterns that are susceptible throughout the tale. One of the major themes that he portrays is that temptation can befall any man, even Odysseus. Many times throughout the story Odysseus and his men fall or are delayed due to the sweet temptations that the world offers them. These temptations do not end even after Odysseus arrives home. There are many times during and after his journeys that Odysseus’ plan almost fails due to the temptations that surround him. ] (More)
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odysseus and his men are trapped in ployphemus cave by?
Weegy: When Polyphemus returns home with his flocks and finds Odysseus and his men, he blocks the cave entrance with a great stone, trapping the remaining Greeks inside. [ Polyphemus then eats two men after killing them by removing their brains as his meal the first night. ] (More)
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myths contribute to society by
Weegy: Myths give societies a collective history, even if they are known as fictitious. [ Sharing timeless stories of heroes brings societies together via a common "language." By being able to project a quality of value (or vice) to a society onto a text that illustrates a timeless truth allows lessons to be taught to future generations where simply providing a moral code would not do. ] (More)
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