Why is Penelope upset with Telemachus in Homer's Odyssey?    

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In Homer's Odyssey , the relationship of Telemachus and Penelope in the first few books is one that shows the maturation of Telemachus from a relatively shy young man to a fit heir of not only the wily...

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