How does the character of Eurylochus serve as a foil to Odysseus in book 10?
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Eurylochus is a minor character whos main function is to serve as a foil character to Odysseus. Where Eurylochus' cowardice contrasts it to Odysseus' manly courage. When Eurylochus leads half the men to investigate the palace, he stays outside because he suspects a trap. He sends his men in without him. Circe transforms his men into pigs and it is brave Odysseus who must save them.
What happen to Odysseus and his men at the hands of these people?