The Odyssey Questions Book 17: To whom does Theoklymenus in effect re-interpret the omen witnessed
- To whom does Theoklymenus in effect re-interpret the omen witnessed in Book 15, and what does he say?
- How does Melanthius display his especially impious nature as Odysseus and Eumaius make their way to the home of Odysseus?
- How might the dog Argus be seen to underscore the disloyalty of some of the servants of Odysseus?
- How does Antinous immediately display his impious nature as the beggar/Odysseus enters his own home?
Asked on 08.06.2017 in English Literature.