If Odysseus had told his crew about everything like why not to eat the cattle or to not open the bag of the unfavorable winds, his journey wouldn 't have taken 20 years. When Odysseus and his men traveled to the floating islands of Aeolus, god of the winds, who then gave Odysseus a bag containing all of the unfavorable winds, he didn 't even think to mention it to his men. Odysseus fell asleep when Ithaca was in sight, but his men, believing that
On the Cyclopes' island, he was interested in meeting the owner of the cave who had such fine cheeses. However, his men only want to steal the cheese and leave hastily because there was an uneasiness about the cave. Nevertheless, he fixes upon staying and not soon after, the cyclops Polyphemus returns. He and his men are now in peril because of Odysseus' recklessness. The consequence of his decision is that shortly after Polyphemus devours most of his men but this bolsters him to conjure a plan to escape.
Therefore, Stephen sees Mulligan as a „usurper“. “A sleek brown head, a seal’s, far out on the water, round. Usurper.“ (20) The second relation that can be drawn from this is between Dedalus and Hamlet, which is the reoccurring theme inside the book. Levitt gives comparison on how the Martello Tower and its surroundings reflect the court of Elsinore together with Stephen`s insistence to wear black after his mother´s death just as Hamlet was persistent to wear black for his father even thought the rest of the court stopped doing so, as well as mentioning of Stephen`s theory about Hamlet introduced us to another reoccurring theme inside of Ulysses. Through the first six episodes the style is combination of third person narration and stream of consciousness intertwined.
In both stories Jack and his tribe go after another pig but, this time it’s a sow. They cut the pig's head off and put it on a stick for a present for the beast. After that, Jack’s tribe had a feast and invited Ralph’s tribe. The book and the movie were also alike because they showed when Simon went up to the mountain and met “The lord of the Flies” and he got beat up. In the book “The lord of the Flies” talked but in the movie it didn’t.
One example Homer presented hospitality in the Odyssey was between Cyclops and Odysseus. The hospitality was both shown negatively and positively. In the Odyssey it was view that Odysseus showed poor hospitality in the Cyclops home. It could also be viewed that the Cyclops had poor hospitality as will. Odysseus and his men sailed to the land of the Cyclopes.
In the book the Odyssey, we learn many things about Odysseus and his personality. We first find him held captive by Calypso. All of Odysseus’ crew has died but we are told it is not his fault. His failure to avoid temptation ensures his crew’s eventual death throughout the journey. Odysseus is a man of many great characteristics, but also has some faults that he learns from throughout the book.
When Odysseus discover food and drink, but he also encounters a problem. In the Kyklopes cave and each not escape. As the Kyklopes goes to sleep, Odysseus and his men grab a sharp wooden stick and jabs the Kyklopes in his eyes. When the large monster, Polyphemus the Kyklopes, screams he asks Odysseus who has done this to him. Odysseus replies, “You will not let us sleep.
“I will go before you; you can call out to me, “Go on, be not afraid!” If I fall on the way, I’ll establish my name: “Gilgamesh, who joined battle with fierce Humbaba” they’ll say.” (70. 181-184). Gilgamesh’s killing of Humbaba had its circumstances, for instance, the quest of pride and fame resulted in Enkidu’s death. However, Gilgamesh does not learn his lesson and kept on using the situation to brag. In an encounter with the tavern-keeper, he told him: "I am Gilgamesh, who killed the guardian, who seized and killed the Bull that came down from heaven, who felled Humbaba who dwelt in the forest of cedars, who killed lions at the mountain passes" (96.
At the same time, Colonel Joll returns from the second expedition,where the were defeated by the Barbarians. In returning to the fort, the Colonel and his soldiers are looking for food, but the irritated townspeople want gone. So, they throw stones at his carriage and before his carriage leaves, the Colonel is seen in the carriage without his sunglasses on. As you can see, when the dark shades were gone and people could see, the Empire became
made his meal of the men.” Odysseus who became enraged by this stabs the Cyclops in the eye. “Just so that eyeball hissed around the spike.” Odysseus shows rash behavior because of the Cyclops killing of his men. The conflict is resolved when Odysseus and his crew are able to escape the Cyclops. The result of the resolution was that no more of his men would be killed by the Cyclops. Odysseus ran into conflict but wisdom and cunning helped him resolve them.
He devoured two of my men on the spot and imprisoned us for future meals. I wanted to take my sword to Polyphemus right then, but I knew that he alone would be strong enough to move the rock that he had placed across the door of his cave. So, I begun to devise a plan. The next day, while he was outside pasturing his sheep, I found a wooden staff in the cave. When he returned, I got him drunk on wine that I brought along from the ship.