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Which quality must Odysseus master in his goal to defeat the suitors and reclaim his kingdom? A. self-control B. intellectual superiority C. physical strength D. motivation
Which quality must Odysseus master in his goal to defeat the suitors and reclaim his kingdom? Answer :B. intellectual superiority source:
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User: Which quality must Odysseus master in his goal to defeat the suitors and reclaim his kingdom? A. self-control B. intellectual superiority C. physical strength D. motivation

Weegy: Which quality must Odysseus master in his goal to defeat the suitors and reclaim his kingdom? Answer :B. intellectual superiority source:
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User: At the end of Odysseus? wanderings, in Part II, we see evidence that his character has evolved. Odysseus has found areté, which is the Greek virtue of __________. A. achieving glory, fame, and reputation B. excessive pride C. reaching one's highest human potential in all aspects of existence: mental, physical, spiritual, and moral D. hospitality and generosity

Weegy: Odysseus has found areté, which is the Greek virtue of Answer: A. achieving glory, fame, and reputation.
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