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The Odyssey

   
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Circe, though, has shown us another way ?we must first go to the land of the dead to consult the soul of Tiresias, the blind prophet." Poor fellows, they began to weep." 63. Odysseus never wept himself, and felt pity for the others. Oftentimes Odysseus is set with other men who are not half so courageous, such as his crew, to make him stand out...
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Oftentimes Odysseus is set with other men who are not half so courageous, such as his crew, to make him stand out. This constant interaction with more "inferior" beings thrusts Odysseus into the otherworldly epic light. Nobility is yet another characteristic of Odysseus, though it is due more to birth than personal development...
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