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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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What is generally perceived as the climax of Homer’s Odyssey? A. when Odysseus is forgiven by Poseidon B. when Odysseus reveals himself to Penelope C. when Odysseus battles the suitors D. when Polyphemus prays to his father to curse Odysseus
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The climax of Homer’s Odyssey is generally perceived to be B. when Odysseus reveals his true identity to Penelope.

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