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I don't really think that he is. In these books, he's not even with his men so I don't think he really has a chance to lead. I suppose you could argue that he is a leader because of how he figures out how to deal with Nausikaa and get her to do what he wants. Or maybe you can say he's a leader when he gets mad at being challenged and criticized in Book 8. But I think both of those are somewhat of stretches -- I don't really see leadership in these books.
n Homer's epic tale, The Odyssey, we learn of Odysseus' adventures and trials after leaving the Trojan War. The war took ten years, and he has traveled for ten more since: he has been gone for twenty years—misdirected, taken prisoner, and hampered by the gods. His family has waited a very long time for his return.
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