Book 8 of "The Odyssey"
Book 8 of the Odyssey helps to show an interesting value that the Greeks held high, and that we hold high in our society today. This important value is that wrongs done to people must be paid for. The story of Ares and Aphrodite, the argument between Euryalus and Odysseus, and the underlying conflict between Odysseus and the suitors he has not yet met are three specific instances in book 8 that prove this values importance to the Greek culture.
Aphrodite is the wife of Hephaestus, a blacksmith, and a god. …
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