The Odyssey by Homer

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In Book 4, what is Menelaus’ opinion of Odysseus in The Odyssey?

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Contented and quite happy in The Odyssey , Menelaus' has very fond memories of Odysseus.  Along with his wife Helen, both regale Telemachus and Peisistratus with stories of Odysseus' guile and courage.  Fundamentally, it is evident in Book Four that Menelaus considers Odysseus very important in the Greek victory over the...

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