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Foreshadowing in The Odyssey
Transcript of Foreshadowing in The Odyssey
When Odysseus blinded Polyphemus and stole many of his sheep, the Cyclops prayed to Poseidon to keep Odysseus from ever returning home or at least to make his journey long, perilous, and hard, and that he would return home by himself, with his entire crew dead
"I don't think that bow will prove easy to string! There's not a man in this whole company like Odysseus'
"the lion comes to his own lair (where the fawns are that the doe left) and the master deals both fawns a ghastly bloody death, just as Odysseus will deal that mob-ghastly death"
"Zues will pay you back with a vengeance-all of you destroyed in my house while I go scot-free myself"
“A sudden foreboding told my fighting spirit I’d soon come up against some giant clad in power like armor-plate – a savage deaf to justice, blind to law.”
A warning or indication of a future event.