Father And Son Relationship In The Odyssey

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Introduction Imagine you are living in the world where everyone had a father except you, that you don't have a father and you don't even know who is your father's or where is he, What would you do or how would you feel? For many of us that doesn’t have a father are really affected in lives because some people can’t just live without a father because the father is the king of the house. The father is also the person who leads or rule the house. Whether you have a father or not, just imagine living in a world without your father how would your life be affected. Would you live with happiness without your father? Just think about it. Well today will be talking about a father and son relationship in the Odyssey. My research question is going to be What is the Father & Son Relationship in “the Odyssey”? Sometime growing up without can be very challenging because like you father is the bigger one in the family , and the one who rule the house. Well in the odyssey, were a boy…show more content…
According to the Essay on Homer's Odyssey - Comparing Odysseus and Telemachus,“due to the purpose of cord each character's journey, their personal challenges, and the difficulties that surround them”(Essay on Homer's Odyssey - Comparing Odysseus and Telemachus). During Odysseus and Telemachus journey they both faced physical and mental challenges. They faced a lot of challenges things not only faced monsters and villains, but they face their own selves as well, they face emotions, in which they have to overcome. Jack H. David Jr stated, “ A boy that grows up without knowing his father may or may not inherit his father's traits.” this evidence shows that since Telemachus grow up without knowing his father, so he may or may not have the inherit of his father Odysseus. Telemachus heard about his father a lot, but never seeing him. In some case Odysseus and Telemachus have common thing, but the most common thing they had is during their
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