- 1 What is the conflict in Book 17 of the Odyssey?
- 2 What is the primary conflict in these lines in what way does dramatic irony add to the suspense of this scene for the audience?
- 3 What does Odysseus learn as a beggar?
- 4 What is the tone of Book 17?
- 5 What is the main conflict in Part 3 of the Odyssey?
- 6 Why does Penelope talk to the beggar?
- 7 What two suitors does Odysseus find rude and demanding?
- 8 What qualities does Penelope reveal about herself?
- 9 What conflict does Penelope face and how is she affected by it?
- 10 Who kills Odysseus first?
- 11 Why did Odysseus dress up as a beggar?
- 12 How does Odysseus die?
- 13 How does Penelope avoid marrying any of the suitors for 3 years?
- 14 How does Penelope treat the beggar?
- 15 How did Penelope trick the suitors?
What is the conflict in Book 17 of the Odyssey?
The conflict is man vs man odysseus vs the suitors. the sudience knows who the begger is and what he is capable of. The suitors continue to make fun of him considering he is an old man.
What is the primary conflict in these lines in what way does dramatic irony add to the suspense of this scene for the audience?
In what way does dramatic irony add to the suspense of this scene for the audience? The primary conflict in lines 94-102 is man vs man or Odysseus vs the suitors. The dramatic irony adds to the suspense of this scene for the audience because the readers/ audience know who the beggar is and what he is capable of.
What does Odysseus learn as a beggar?
Odysseus is disguised as a beggar by the goddess Athena, who helps him plot his revenge against the suitors who are courting his wife. The information he collects allows him to formulate a plan for revenge. It also adds an element of surprise, so they don’t recognize him and kill him first.
What is the tone of Book 17?
Feigning anxiety about the suitors, Odysseus says he will meet with her but prefers to wait until later. The tone here is threatening and ominous. There is a dramatic increase of tension from the time that Odysseus arrives at the palace until the showdown in Book 22.
What is the main conflict in Part 3 of the Odyssey?
The main conflict is that disguised Odysseus and Prince Telemachus are planning to attack the suitors, but they must wait to discover who is loyal and who has abandoned them, despite the abuse of the suitors.
Why does Penelope talk to the beggar?
Penelope is a fair and kind person and she is horrified at how the beggar was treated. She invites the beggar in because he wants to give him food and ask him about Odysseus. Penelope reveals to the beggar that she does not like the suitors invading the castle and she is loyal to Odysseus and will wait for him.
What two suitors does Odysseus find rude and demanding?
In Books 18-20, Odysseus observes the suitors and finds that two in particular, Antinous and Eurymachus, are rude and demanding. Penelope asks Odysseus the beggar for news of her husband. He says he has heard that Odysseus is on his way home. Penelope, however, has given up hope for Odysseus ‘ return.
What qualities does Penelope reveal about herself?
What qualities does Penelope reveal about herself through her actions on page 933? She displays generous hospitality, loyalty to her husband, discretion, kindness, and love for her son.
What conflict does Penelope face and how is she affected by it?
What was Penelope’s conflict? Penelope is struggling with facing having to marry a suitor. All the suitors did was spend her wealth, they had no justification, only that they had a lust to marry her.
Who kills Odysseus first?
Odysseus first kills Antinous by shooting an arrow at him while he appears to be drinking from a cup. The buttshaft of the arrow is sticking out of his neck when all is said and done. This is the man who was most after his wife and sort of was the ring leader of the men vying for Penelope’s hand in marriage.
Why did Odysseus dress up as a beggar?
Athena meets Odysseus on Ithaca and disguises him as an old beggar so that he can gain information without being recognized. He meets his loyal swineherd, Eumaeus, and is pleased with the man’s hospitality as well as his devotion to his master, whom he does not recognize.
How does Odysseus die?
Having come to Ithaca, he drove away some of the cattle, and when Odysseus defended them, Telegonus 3 wounded him with the spear he had in his hands, which was barbed with the spine of a stingray, and Odysseus died of the wound.
How does Penelope avoid marrying any of the suitors for 3 years?
Penelope stalls the suitors for three years by saying that she would marry when she is finished weaving a shroud for Odysseus’s family. She would weave during the day and undo her work at night, so she would never finish.
How does Penelope treat the beggar?
How do the suitors treat the beggar? Why is Penelope nice to him? They taunt him. Penelope is nice to him because she was told that the beggar had news about Odysseus.
How did Penelope trick the suitors?
Many suitors had come to woo “the widow”. She put them off with a ruse, persuading them to wait until she had finished a funeral shroud for Laertes, Odysseus’s father, which she wove by day and secretly unravelled by night. In this way she managed to deceive them for three years.