Odysseus Should Have Killed The Suitors In Homer's Odyssey

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In Homer’s Odyssey Odysseus should have killed the suitors because they had overrun his palace, sleeping with the maids, and demanded Penelope to marry one of them. Odysseus’s palace has been overran by the suitors. When Odysseus returns to Ithaca, he has to be in disguise. He has enemies at his home that will recognize him. Therefore if they notice him he may be put to death. Odysseus disguises himself as a better, like Athena said, he should have killed the suitors that took his palace. The suitors also were sleeping with the maids. The maids slept with the suitors. The maids were not to sleep with another man, other than Odysseus. They disobeyed what he told them and also by sleeping with them they committed adultery. Odysseus left

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