I believe that the antagonist is Circe. I think Circe is the antagonist because she turned all the men into beasts. Eurylochus because he trys to over rule Odysseus to make the right choice but ends up killing everyone. Circe, Zeus, Apollo Circe turned the ship crew and Eurylochus into pigs. They are enchanted by the singing voice of the beautiful Circe who then turns them into pigs.
Hello Thank you for your comment. I loved this story! It comes from living alone for so long, here in the woods with nothing but wild beasts for company. Circe because she turned the men into pigs Protagonist: Guys, use this website please, its very enjoyable with lots of nice Greek Myths.
But at the end she did sort of help them. When he spoke these words, Odysseus realised that this was no ordinary young man, but Hermes the messenger of the gods.
He could have turned into a pig too but wanted to get his men back. Oddysseus, he saved his men from being turned into pigs oink oink!!!
If you value your lives, avoid his island! All the men fell into the raging sea. They are enchanted by the singing voice of the beautiful Circe who then turns them into pigs.
Bertie — October 22, Blanket — September 2, I believe that Circe was the antagonist of this story. Thanks for this great site it has all the myths I need Its great It is great that I have chosen this myth for my project because it unusual for someone to get turned in to a pig. This story was really good, loved it!
The antagonists were the whirlpool, the Scylla and the god Apollo because they just wanted to kill his men.
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Eurylohkos then rushes back and tells Odysseus. I love this story because it is very intresting and surprising. Steve McQueen is great! This was a hard one to choose, but a very good story. I think Circe is the antagonist and Odysseus is the protagonist.
Did odysseus return home safely? Odysseus sends his men to explore the interior of a mysterious island. Inside they were greeted by a tall and elegant woman, her black hair done up in braids — she did indeed look very lovely. This story was great even though it was a legend it was really good story it was funny too like when the men turned into pigs and had to roll around in the muddy ground as usual but it was a fantastic legend! Circe can also be seen as an antagonist because she tried to ruin the men just for fun.
I own a copy on VHS. You cannot order us to sail on. Also, Zeus is an antagonist because he throws the lightning bolt at the ship and 6 men fell into the water.
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Odysseus sends his men to explore the interior of a mysterious island. The pig man- the firt man to tan pig. The protagonist is Odysseus, because he gets Circe to turn the men back into humans. I think it was great but you need to read the gray eyed goddess bust story ever!
I am the same way I’ll watch a movie I have on DVD over and over on network or cable TV there’s just something about stumbling onto a movie you like.
Also Eurlochus would of let his men on the island and plunder to their death without help when Zuess ruined the ship. I liked the story, but it sounded more like just another adventure of Odysseus since, even though Circe played a major role in the story.I am the same way I’ll watch a movie I have on DVD over and over on network or cable TV there’s just something about stumbling onto a movie you like.
Seeing that the men meant rebellion, Odysseus allowed the ship to land with great misgiving in his heart. Odysseus- always finds his men trouble and yet funds them a way out but then they get themselves killed some how or way Circe- has an interesting idea for turning men into pigs. Circe the Witch is a character that appears in other Greek Mythology. Suddenly, I realize that this is another classic people criticize. The protagonist is Odysseus.
He obviously loves his cows. They drew straws to see which group should go and explore first, and as Eurylochus drew the short straw, he and his men had to set out and explore the woods.
It is sort of a dumb-downed version of the true story.