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Analysis of Book IX in the Odyssey.
Book IX of The Odyssey describes various adventures of Odysseus and his men when they are sailing back from Troy. The events in Book IX tell us that greed leads only to trouble and problems. Several times throughout this book, Odysseus and his men get into trouble due to their greed and gluttony. While Odysseus's men are celebrating their surprise attack and capture of Ismarus by eating and drinking the night away, the Cicones manage to plan a surprise attack of their own and they recapture the city, killing many of Odysseus's men during the process. Odysseus and his men's greed caused the…
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