"The Odyssey "and the relationship between Odysseus and his son, the honorable Telemachus.
The Honest Telemachus
Telemachus is an honest person, he wants not to deceive another, therefore his response was made with true honesty. He is an honest person. It's an honorable trait, honesty, and it's cool that at Telemachus' young age, he knows that it's right to be honorable and not lead another person on. On page 84, it says that, "...young Telemachus cautiously replied..." The use of the word 'cautious' proves that Telemachus is trying his best to not be deceitful and to give to Athena the most honest answer that was to his knowledge. He is showing himself to say all things to…
- "The Odyssey "and the relationship between Odysseus and his son, the honorable Telemachus.
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