Scylla And Charybdis In Homer's The Odyssey

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Dive into the intriguing book of The Odyssey to experience the thrilling elements of the story Scylla and Charybdis.(H) Homer, an ancient greek poet continuously famed of his work, wrote an epic poem called the Odyssey, which serves as a sequel to The Iliad.(A) Scylla and Charybdis serves as a subplot within in The Odyssey and shows a glimpse of the ancient greek monsters of the ocean.(HC) Containing a striking character such as Odysseus, The Odyssey captures the prevalent theme of relationships even through the asperous conflict.(TH) First, Odysseusś calm and collected character is contrasting to the wild setting in Scylla and Charybdis. (T)The integral setting of Scylla and Charybdis is located in the rough ocean waters off the coast of…show more content…
(CD) Although Odysseus made a bothersome comprise, which still led to some death, he made the choice best for his crew. (CM) The harsh resolution saddens Odysseus and toughens his crew to the harsh reality.(CM) In the end, Odysseus makes the best choice for his crew and ship.(CM) Odysseus captures the importance of relations which serves as major theme in The Odyssey.(CM) First Odysseus plans ahead to not warn the men of Scylla because he is familiar with crew and yearns for what is best.(CD) Since Odysseus and has a connection with his crew he knows their characteristics and instincts.(CM) Once the crew is aware of monster Odysseus makes up for his lack of communication by encouraging them and persistently urging them to success.(CD) Although not informing the crew of danger is a little
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