Did The Right Thing In Homer's Odyssey

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When Odysseus reveals his identity, he takes revenge on the wooers who have taken over his home. When the battle is over, anyone who was involved with the wooers ' plot is severely punished. I think Odysseus did the right thing to defend his wife. In my opinion, the punishment was a little severe but he did what he had to do to defend his beloved wife. I think everyone deserved the punishment except for the nobleman. I don 't think Odysseus even realized that the nobleman was in the crowd of people. I think Odysseus did the right thing because he was defending his wife and did not like any other people touching his bow and arrow. The bow was given to him as a gift and he said that nobody else was allowed to touch it no matter how
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