History Literature / TheOdyssey

20th Jul '17 12:13:03 PM KagSwirby
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In no way related to the song from ''VideoGame/SuperMarioOdyssey'', as this predates that by centuries.
1st Jun '17 7:48:26 PM athalara
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* ClingyJealousGirl: Odysseus finds that having a nymph wanting to sex you up 24/7 gets old after seven years. Calypso, however, has no intention of letting go.
* ComingOfAgeStory: The first few chapters are this for Telemachus

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* ClingyJealousGirl: Odysseus finds that having a nymph wanting to sex you up 24/7 gets old after seven years. Calypso, however, has no intention of letting go.
go, until she's ordered to by Zeus himself.
* ComingOfAgeStory: The first few chapters are this for TelemachusTelemachus.
19th May '17 3:05:40 PM HighCrate
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* GenreSavvy: When attacking the Cicones Odysseus spares the Priest of Apollo.
1st May '17 11:38:21 AM longWriter
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* TakingAdvantageOfGenerosity: Penelope's suitors stayed a long time and thinned out Odysseus's herds by eating them. No wonder he killed them all in the end!
13th Apr '17 1:17:48 PM Madrugada
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* OurAncestorsAreSuperheroes: Odysseus is actually an aversion; he has no special powers beyond being a really devious and clever man (and knowing how to string a recurve bow; which, again, relies on a trick and not on brute force).

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* OurAncestorsAreSuperheroes: Odysseus is actually an aversion; he has no special powers beyond being a really devious devious, clever, strong, and clever man (and knowing how to string a recurve bow; which, again, relies on a trick and not on brute force).determined man .
20th Mar '17 10:34:22 PM ultimomant
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* YouRemindMeOfX: Odysseus says Nausicaa resembles the goddess Artemis.
5th Feb '17 8:03:02 PM CJCroen1393
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* TheDreaded: In the Underworld, Odysseus expresses genuine terror at the thought of meeting Persephone. Oddly enough, he doesn't extend as much fearful respect to her husband.

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In the Underworld, Odysseus expresses genuine terror at the thought of meeting Persephone. Oddly enough, he doesn't extend as much fearful respect to her husband.husband.
** No one on Odysseus' crew wants to pass between Scylla and Charybdis, and Charybdis in particular terrifies everyone on the ship. And this fear is ''[[EldritchAbomination very much justified]].


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* VillainousGlutton: Charybdis, an [[EldritchAbomination unspeakably horrifying monster]] who devours everything that passes her.
4th Jan '17 12:50:30 PM alkistisioanna
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** The suitors' families bring their grievances to the court of Neoptolemus, Achilles's son. He orders Odysseus into exile (because he hopes to gain Odysseus's island Cephallenia (Corfu)). In this version Odysseus ends up marrying the daughter of king Thoas of Aitolia (resultant son: Leontophonus).

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** The suitors' families bring their grievances to the court of Neoptolemus, Achilles's son. He orders Odysseus into exile (because he hopes to gain Odysseus's island Cephallenia (Corfu)).Cephallenia). In this version Odysseus ends up marrying the daughter of king Thoas of Aitolia (resultant son: Leontophonus).
4th Jan '17 12:43:49 PM alkistisioanna
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* HistorysCrimeWave: Odysseus goes to the Underworld and sees mythological villains being punished for their crimes, like the trickster Sisyphus, the husband-murdering daughters of Danaë, and the cannibalistic Tantalus.

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* HistorysCrimeWave: Odysseus goes to the Underworld and sees mythological villains being punished for their crimes, like the trickster Sisyphus, the husband-murdering daughters of Danaë, Danaos;, and the cannibalistic Tantalus.
16th Dec '16 10:08:54 PM karstovich2
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* IdiotBall: Odysseus, you have all these clever schemes and are universally acclaimed the smartest man in the Greek expedition. Why, then, do you insist on ''telling Polyphemus your name'' when you know full well that his father is the ''one god'' of all the Olympians (all of whom, by the way, are still smarting from that time you Greeks destroyed all their temples in Troy) most capable of making the voyage home to your ''island kingdom'' a living hell?

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* IdiotBall: Odysseus, you have all these clever schemes and are universally acclaimed the smartest man in the Greek expedition. Why, then, do you insist on ''telling Polyphemus your name'' when you know full well that his father Poseidon is the ''one god'' of all the Olympians (all of whom, by the way, are still kind of smarting from that time you Greeks destroyed all their temples in Troy) most capable of making the voyage home to your ''island kingdom'' a living hell?
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