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How women are protrayed in The Odyssey by Homer.
The Greeks show in many ways how women are important to them. The Odyssey written by Homer contains many woman characters in different situations that will test their abilities and senses. Homer shows that women are looked upon as being loyal, caring, and capable of giving and needing love through many characters in the Odyssey such as Penelope, Nausicaa, Anticleia, Athena, and Calypso.
<Tab/>Homer reveals to us how the Greeks believe wives should act through Penelope. Even when it appears as if Odysseus is dead, she still has faith that he will return to her and her son, Tel…
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