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In the Adventures of Ulysses by Bernard Evslin the main character Odysseus goes through a series of exciting and dangerous trials during his trip back to Ithaca after the Trojan War In this story Odysseus is portrayed as an epic hero This can be seen through the fact that he is essentially noble performs amazing tasks and feats and overcome weakness and temptations most would not be able to endure Odysseus is essentially noble and this is a component of most epic heroes This quality is first seen in the beginning of the book Odysseus is the king of Ithaca and is noble in blood But Odysseus is not only noble through blood his actions are often noble He is very noble when he speaks to the Cyclops tricking him into drinking his wine which led to him killing the Cyclops Throughout the book Odysseus nobly stands up for his beliefs Like when he is on Thrinacia his men constantly try to convince him to let them kill the cattle of the sun-titan Hyperion He heeds the warning of Teiresias even when his men were on the brink of starvation the respect he shows for Teiresias is noble because it is a highly moral thing to do Telling his two most trusted men to kill any man who goes near those fatal cattle97 Also another indication of his nobility can be seen when his ships are passing the Sirens He plugs all the sailors ears but his so he can use his hearing to keep the crew safe 141 Being noble is an essential of every epic hero and Odysseus definitely is not only in blood but also in how he acts During the course of the book Odysseus performs amazing tasks and feats something every epic hero must do This side of Odysseus is seen throughout the book Starting on lotus island after he finds out that the flowers put people to
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