The Odyssey

The Cyclops

After Odysseus sets sail, he tells the Cyclops his true name why do you think that may cause problems for him and his crew later on

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Odysseus tells Polephemus his name for no other reason than to boast..... his pridefulness will result in danger for he and his men, as the cyclops father rules the sea upon which they are about to set sail. Polephemus' father is Poseidon.


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