The Role Of The Gods In The Odyssey

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In the Odyssey by Homer, numerous gods affect the plots of the stories. They play a key role in causing the adventure to happen, but they also help Odysseus find his way; however, many gods and creatures want to make him suffer.
The stories are an account of all the scenarios that occur because of the gods. Some of the gods favor specific people throughout the multiple books; for example, Athena convinces Telemachus to try to find his father. Also, she helps him stand up against the suitors and become a man. Athena watches over Odysseus the whole time. She is the reason why he gets off Calypso’s island. Athena helps Odysseus and Telemachus kill all of the suitors by forming an elaborate plan. She tells Odysseus to return to Ithaca dressed
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