The Primary Message Of Homer's The Odyssey

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In the poem, “The Odyssey,” Homer depicts an epic poem which took place in 720 B.C. In the era Homer talks about a man named Odysseus who was in the war of Troy. He has been cursed by the god Poseidon who has kept him from home for twenty years. Odysseus has been trying to get back home to his wife Penelope and his son Telemachus. Although on his journey back home he is unaware that suitors are threatening his home and family. Odysseus must face trials and challenges in order to travel back home. This the plot of the of the poem, however it's not the primary message of the poem. “The Odyssey,” isn't just about Odysseus and his journey, but rather it's about the benefits of loyalty.
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