Revenge In Odysseus In Homer's Odyssey

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In the story the Odysseus, Odysseus finally takes revenge on the wooers who has taken over his home. The fact that they overtake the residence without any regard for the man of the house itself is one example of dishonor. Penelope made a statement that will justify Odysseus anger and actions . She told them "they were "abusing the hospitality of the house because the owner is long gone" . Odysseus went in disguise back the the house to see what was going on . they abused him and he did not fight back . Yes, After Odysseus reveals his identity, he gets revenge on the wooers who has took over his home. When the battle was over, anyone who was involved with the wooers’ plot was dealt with. He had to take action against the wooers.
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