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"The Odyssey" by Homer.
From the information presented in "The Odyssey" by Homer, it is evident that Odysseus is both an admirable leader and a poor leader.
Odysseus is obviously a leader worthy of praise. For instance, Odysseus states, "...as for myself I took my twelve best fighters and went ahead" when describing how he investigates the Cyclops. He is brave enough to look into any situation, no matter how dangerous it may seem. He has the sense to take his twelve best men along, no matter how confident he feels. In addition, Homer writes that Odysseus often prays to the gods for safety and other blessings.…
- "The Odyssey" by Homer.
- Epic Works - comparison of The Odyssey, The Divine Comedy, and Paradise Lost.
- False Homecomings in the Odyssey
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