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In the odyssey when odysseus cries at Demodocus' song, what does this suggest about him as a dynamic character?

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  1. Michael_Moreno
    • 3 years ago
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    Think about what a dynamic character is and compare that to Odysseus' character. Odysseus means “trouble” in Greek, referring to both the giving and receiving of trouble—as is often the case in his wanderings. He is a strong and brave warrior who is very cunning. And Demodocus is poet. A poet makes this mighty fellow cry. What does this tell you is happening in the story? (Hint: Research what a dynamic character is, and you have your answer!)

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