Odysseus In Homer's Odyssey

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On Odysseus’ path home, he was not alone had a little bit of guidance here and there. Athena did a lot for Odysseus, she protected him from Poseidon’s waves, she guided him to the vault to locate the weapons and armor, and she also got him freed from Calypso’s island. When Odysseus was traveling home, Poseidon conjured up a great wave causing him to become shipwrecked and almost drown. Athena then gave him a protective veil that carried him safely ashore. Another time that Athena had helped Odysseus was when he was traveling through his place to find the vault. She became a tiny light for him to guide him all the way there. One of the most helpful ways that probably saved Odysseus’ life was when she went before the counsel of the gods and goddess.

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