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Odysseus has to much pride for his own good.

William Kelly

on 29 April 2010

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Double click anywhere & add an idea Pride Odysseus's pride and curiosity leads him and his men to being trapped with the cyclops. After defeating Troy, Odysseus praises himself and gives no thanks to the gods because he has to much pride.
"I stormed the place and killed all the men who fought. Plunder we took and we enslaved all the women"... He is making it seem like he can do whatever he wants. When Odysseus and his men blind cyclops he says, "If ever a mortal man inquire how you were put to shame and blinded tell him, Odysseus raider cities, took your eye!" Odysseus shows very bad judment and far too much pride. While on his journey Odysseus had slept with different women. He was unfaithful and showed too much pride to restrain from the women. Created By Jasmine Hughes and Will Kelly
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