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Women In Odytssey
The role that women play in The Odyssey is one of power over men, that comments about Greek society during this time, saying that their society was a matriarchal society, when it was supposed to be a patriarchal society. In Greece during this time of about 700 B.C., they believed they lived in a patriarchal society, when in reality it was matriarchal. The Greeks society was so absurd because it was ridiculous that they did not have any clue as to who was really in charge and in command. In Greece, there was a prescribed rule that said men were in charge. In actuality, it was the ascribed r…
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