All in all, Poseidon is ensuring that his influence will ruin Odysseus and impact his destiny negatively. The journal The Adventures of Odysseus by Ernst Abrahamson demonstrates a similar idea and is exactly about what the title suggests: Odysseus’s journey, travels, and adventures. One specific paragraph of this journal states, “The Wrath of Poseidon means in Homeric language nothing but a hostile sea,” (Abrahamson 316). “The Wrath of Poseidon” alludes to the god of the sea’s rage over the stabbing of Polyphemus's eye and his stopping at nothing to make sure Odysseus pays the price for his actions. In addition, “nothing but a hostile sea” refers to the fact that Poseidon’s revenge will be carried out while Odysseus and his men are still at sea.
Eater of guests under your roof! Zeus and the gods have paid you!’” (668, 473-480) In this passage, Odysseus has defeated Polyphemus and is now sailing away. However, Odysseus’s ego and cockiness catches up to him as he taunts the cyclops with words of retribution for his fallen comrades. This, however, gets his group in trouble as Polyphemus hears his banter, and uses the direction that it came from to hurl a mountain top at them, all but beaching their ship. This, to any man with self-control, would be the point at which he turned his butt around and got out of there asap.
Rainsford survives the jump and swims back to the chateau. Rainsford makes the right decision and gets his reward for it when he kills the general ending their conflict. Rainsford encounters man versus man, man versus nature, and man versus self conflict in “The Most Dangerous Game” by Richard Connell. Man versus man is shown when Rainsford does not agree with the general. Rainsford encounter man versus nature conflict when he falls off the boat.
One of the conflict in “The Most Dangerous Game”, was man v.s. nature. This conflict presented itself at the beginning of the story, when Rainsford fell into the water. He had to struggle and swim in order to stay alive. Once he fell off, he knew he was in danger.
Poseidon had many affairs with sea nymphs and others. The symbols of Poseidon mostly related to his bad temper. His symbols are the trident, fish, dolphin, earthquakes, horse, and bull (“Poseidon”). Poseidon’s trident is a three-pronged spear that can create waves, foam,tsunamis, and can calm the sea. He also caused earthquakes with his trident if he struck the earth with it in wrath.
Poseidon's was the be the god of the sea and horse and he is a supreme god of olympus with a lot of reasonability like when he is angry or the other god are angry he needs to punish them for disobeying the rules they have. In Tales from the Odyssey it stayed that Poseidon made wave that went over the ship because they made the gods made when they invaded Athena temple in Troy. Poseidon's role as a god is very important because he makes sure the people that travel the sea made the right choice by making them drown and die by a sea monster. Poseidon’s trident helps him control the sea and make dolfins obey his every command. The place where he got his trident was when he fought his father cronus and sense they won hades got the helmet of darkness, Zeus a lighting bolt and Poseidon a lighting bolt.
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This image of kicking someone affected Suleiman’s understanding of power. In a scene of Bahloul and Suleiman by the beach, Bahloul being frightened, ran away from Suleiman towards the water and started to drown because he couldn’t swim. Suleiman lost his patient and became angry and started kicking Bahloul in the face where he started to bleed and continued to push him down so that he would drown. This violent scene could be a mirror of the execution that Suleiman had witnessed on television of Ustath Rashid. Thinking that it was okay to do something like that over the weak if you were the one in power.
Blood is important when it comes to violence because without violence there’s no bloodshed. After the night Macbeth killed Duncan and the chamberlains, he was terrified of what he did and said to himself “Will all great Neptune’s ocean wash this blood Clean from my hand” (2.3)? Macbeth has so much blood and guilt on his hands from the crime he has committed that essentially all the water in the world could not wash him clean of his guilt. His greed for power caused him to murder Duncan and the guards. Macbeth’s violence caused him to feel guilty for what he’s done.
“These deeds must not be thought after these ways; so, it will make us mad” (2.2.34). The more they thought about the murder, the more things they over thought which ultimately led them both to their demise. The amount of guilt that oppressed Macbeth after this murder was huge. “Will all of Neptune’s ocean wash this blood clean from my hand?” (2.2.61). This shows that no matter what Macbeth does, he has to live with the fact that he has killed a person for the rest of his life.