Role Of Leadership In Odysseus

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Odysseus is great benevolent King who shows leadership. He is the king of Ithaca. During his long mission he lands on Cyclopes Island. A place where he and his crew were expecting a tip-top hospitality and gifts. But instead what they got was a very poor hospitality. During their experience they met a cyclops named Polyphemus. The people involved in this catastrophe were Odysseus,his men, and Polyphemus. Their main reason for wanting to flee this place was because of poor hospitality and they were eventually gonna be eaten by Polyphemus, which had previously eaten a variety of Odysseus men. What they did to escape the Cyclopes cave was get Polyphemus drunk and later on when he fell asleep they stabbed him with a 6 foot Olive Wood Spear. All
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