Odysseus True Identity In Homer's The Odyssey

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The Odyssey connection to the real world is what we experienced in life is the journey that Odysseus takes. Odysseus is trying to find his true identity. He sees many great wonders during his journeys, but he continues to desire for his kingdom of Ithaca. An example is after the Trojan war ended, Odysseus and his men's struggles to come home from encountering with Cyclops. This shows Odysseus faced his fear of one-eyed giants that reveals his true identity with his temper and pride to the Cyclops. The connection today, people face these problems and must work to over them. Everyone must survive by their own determination and strengths instead of others. As of today, people are still finding out who we are and what we are supposed to do in our
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