Table of Contents
- 1 How did Odysseus and his men end up on the isle?
- 2 Why did Odysseus and and his men wait in the cave?
- 3 How does Odysseus make it to dry land when he first sees it?
- 4 What did Odysseus and his men do?
- 5 What prevented Odysseus and his men from leaving the cave?
- 6 Why did Odysseus originally want to stay at the cave?
- 7 Who killed Odysseus?
- 8 How does Odysseus lie in The Odyssey?
How did Odysseus and his men end up on the isle?
Where do Odysseus and his men go after the Cyclops? After escaping from the Cyclops, Odysseus and his men land on the Island of Aolia. the king gives Odysseus and his men a bag of magic winds. One of the greedy men opens the bag of winds and blows the entire crew to the island of Laestrygonians.
Why did Odysseus and and his men wait in the cave?
On his back he took a skinful of fine wine that had been given to him by a priest of the sun god, Apollo. However, Odysseus commanded them to sit down and wait for the owner of the cave, for he was sure he would be a rich man, and generous to travellers, according to the laws of the gods. So they waited until evening.
Where did Odysseus and his men land and why?
Odysseus and his men arrived to underworld, a place no one ever dared trespass. After a while the prophet Tiresias came to meet Odysseus and he asked the prophet what he has to do in order to get back home. Tiresius said to him: “Poseidon hates you, because you blinded Cyclops Polyphemus, his son.
How does Odysseus make it to dry land when he first sees it?
Floating with the aid of Ino and safe from Poseidon in Book 5, how does Odysseus make it to dry land when he first sees it? He swims until he finds a beach. Odysseus and his men have just landed on an island after the lotus-eaters.
What did Odysseus and his men do?
On finding Odysseus and his men in the cave, the Cyclops became enraged, grabbed two of the men, smashed their heads against the rocks, ate them, and fell asleep. Odysseus dared do nothing to the Cyclops, since only the Cyclops was strong enough to move the stone away from the mouth of the cave.
What is the order of Odysseus journey?
|Timelines of Homer’s Odyssey|
|Chronological Order||Odyssey Order|
|Odysseus and his men raid the Cicones.||Council of the gods. Athena bargains with Zeus.|
|They arrive at the Land of the Lotus Eaters.||Athena visits Telemachus; he sails for Pylos.|
|Odysseus blinds Polyphemus.||Telemachus reaches Pylos, then moves on to Sparta.|
What prevented Odysseus and his men from leaving the cave?
How does Polyphemus prevent Odysseus and his men from leaving the cave? Polyphemus throws a large boulder to cover the entrance. The boulder could only be lifted by him.
Why did Odysseus originally want to stay at the cave?
Describe the Cyclops, Polyphemus, as seen through the eyes of Odysseus. Why did Odysseus want to stay in the cave when all of his men were begging to steal the food and leave? He wanted to see the cave man and see what he had to offer. Describe the rock that the Cyclops wedges over the entrance to the cave.
Does Odysseus cheat on his wife?
When Odysseus left Ithaca for the Trojan war he was married to Penelope. After that Odysseus traveled to Calypso’s island. Not only did he cheat with Calypso in addition to Circe, but he stayed on her island for seven years until Zeus ordered her to release him.
Who killed Odysseus?
The royal couple, together again after ten long years of separation, lived happily ever after, or not quite. For in a tragic final twist, an aged Odysseus was killed by Telegonos, his son by Circe, when he landed on Ithaca and in battle, unknowingly killed his own father.
How does Odysseus lie in The Odyssey?
To get out of this situation, Odysseus craftily lies to the Cyclops about his identity, saying his name is “Nobody,” and only revealing his true identity once he’s escaped the Cyclops’s cave. These deceitful stories allow Odysseus to work his way back into his household and test the suitors and servants’ hospitality.
Is Odysseus a faithful husband?
Even though Odysseus has been stranded from home for many years, he still remains loyal to his wife. Odysseus is truly loyal to Penelope because he leaves Ogygia (where he was trapped) as soon as possible, puts all of his effort into making it home to his wife, and even flirts with Princess Nausicaa to get him home.