Odysseus In Homer's The Odyssey '

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While Andrei Konchalosvsky attempts to stay true to Homer’s The Odyssey, he extracts certain scenes which minimizes Odysseus’ incisive and prideful comportment. After Odysseus and his men impale the cyclops’s eye, the film simply shows them quickly sneaking out once the boulder is out of the way. However, in the epic poem, the audience is proffered evidence on Odysseus’ cunningness by describing how he devised a plan to use the sheep to escape the cave. In addition, the film also doesn’t provide the same impact, as the poem, when Odysseus is shouting back at the cyclopes as the boat escapes. The epic poem highlights Odysseus’ petulant and prideful attitude because even though Polyphemus, the cyclops, had given him a warning he continued
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