Role of Women in the Odyssey.
Role of Women in the Odyssey
By looking at Homer's Odyssey, we can begin to get an idea as to how the ancient Greeks regarded their women. Men treated them almost as though they were possessions and not people, and many times women had to resort to deception to accomplish their own goals and desires. By interpreting Homer's view of women, one can draw a bigger picture of the role of women in ancient Greek culture. In the Odyssey, we learn that women were placed on pedestal as beautiful creatures, but were often subordinate to men, had little input and involvement in government. The thre…
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