Answer 2: No. He does it because that a objective which help both of themlive more joy lives. Further, he demands to preserve his life so thatthe suitors carry out not shot to death him before he is all set to killthem.

It counts on what deception is being talked of. If talkingabout Odysseus" liaisons through Circe and Calypso, climate yes, but onecannot refuse a god, and telling Penelope the truth can onlycreate a higher wrong and also compound the error.

Answer 3:

No that is no wrong to deceive her because then he deserve to protecthis identity from everyone except his son due to the fact that he demands his sonto assist kill off the suitors because if he told Penelope then shemay accidentally tell someone that he has return then they wouldboth be in trouble.


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