In the Odyssey there was a man vs. God conflict. Odysseus faces the Gods when trying to come home to his family from his long journey. The Gods often push him back and do not allow him to succeed quickly. Instead Odysseus is forced to make a slow return with many set backs.
In The Odyssey by Homer, one big conflict is man vs. world because wherever Odysseus goes, he is met by anger and people who want him dead.
I think the conflict in the Odyssey is Man vs. World. It appears to me that no matter where Odysseus goes, there is always something there to get him. It is as if the world is out to get him and that is why it is Man vs. World.
In Homer's The Odyssey, one conflict present is man v. self, because Odysseus struggles with what he should do in relation to new a dilemma or test.
One conflict in The Odyssey, by Homer, is man vs nature. He is constantly plagued by treacherous weather, which puts him in many life threatening situations.
A conflict that frequently is brought forth in Homer's "The Odyssey" is man vs. deitiets because Odysseus tries to control his own fate and be the man on top throughout the story, while the gods remind him it is out of his control.
In the Odyssey, a book by Homer, one conflict is man vs. God. Odysseus thinks that he can beat the Gods even though the only way he gets home is by the "grace" of the Gods.
In Homer's novel, The Odyssey, the conflict between leaders and followers in shown in how Odysseus take steps to make it possible for him and his followers to survive in life threatening situations, and how his followers react to his decisions.
In Homer's "The Odyssey" the conflict is man vs. self because he fights against what he wants to do and what he needs to do throughout the story.
In The Odyssey by Homer, a conflict in the story is man versus man because when Odysseous runs into any town or monster someone is always against him.
In the Odyssey, by Homer, I believe the conflict is man vs. world. Odysseus travels all over the world and is met by enemies and hardships every step of the way.
In the Odyssey by Homer, one conflict is man vs. Gods. This is because he makes the god angry by killing sheep and going against their children.
In the Odyssey by Homer, one conflict that is shown is man vs. man. This is seen during the book when Oddyseus are killing all of the suitors that are inside of his house.
In The Odyssey by Homer, the conflict is man vs. god(s) because even though the gods help Odysseus at times, they spite him and complicate his trip back to Ithaca.
In the "Odyssey" by Homer, one conflict that is revealed is man vs. himself because Odysseus must deal with the internal struggles with guilt and shame that comes from being unfaithful to his wife. This is a conflict because it will take a great deal of time to overcome his actions.
One of the main conflicts in the Odysssey is that of man vs self in which Odysseus struggles with his personal flaws and the flaws of man which challenge his voyage home more viciously than any monster or god he faces.
In Homer's The Odyssey, there is a conflict of man vs. man when Odysseus battles the suitors for the love of his wife.
In Homer's The Odyssey, one conflict that is never-ending is the war between man and the gods. Odysseus has tried to reach his home for years, but the gods have forced him to face monsters and challenges to punish him for the mistakes he made, hindering him. It is a game of tug-a-war as Odysseus and his crew must battle the gods on their journey to Ithaca.
In Homer's "The Odyssey", there is a conflict of man vs. monster. Odysseus must face many monsters, such as Cyclopes, Scylla, cannibals, and many more.
In the Odyssey by Homer, the conflict man vs. supernatural is constantly present. Odysseus has a consistent issue with the Greek gods that causes his return to Ithaca to be delayed. When the god of the winds, Aeolus, gave him the two bags of wind, his men purposely opened the bag of bad wind thinking that Odysseus was holding out on them.
In Homer's The Odyssey, the conflict is man vs. Gods. Odysseus is opposed by the gods almost all the way through the story.
One conflict in the Odyssey man verses deities because Odysseus is trying to control his own fate throughout this story. He battles gods, men, creatures, and the elements to get to his wife and son. He tries to control his own destiny by fighting everything that blocks him from his goal. He will not allow anything to pass him by without him slaughtering it. Every act of violence is a testimony to the fact he will not allow fate to control him. His determination leads him home to be with his family.
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In Homer's The Odyssey there is a conflect of Man versus world because through out his travels Odyessus is constantly met with obsticals and hardships.
One conflict in Homer's "The Odyssey" was man vs. self. When Odysseus was battling against his nature to fight against Scylla was one of the self vs. self battles was with Scylla. His heart felt that the only way to survive was to fight, when his mind was constantly trying to remind him that he just needed to accept what was happening and go with the flow.
The conflict in The Odyssey is man vs. self because he has to battle with himself to make what he thinks is the right decision for his crew. He also struggles with the decisions he has to make to become a great leader. Also, he has been away from Penelope for a while and he must decide if he wants to stay faithful or not.
In Homer's "The Odyssey" the main conflict is man vs. self. Odysseus has many attributes that are both good and bad, and he must battle to maintain balance between his traits.
In The Odyssey by Homer, the main conflict is the issue of finding who you are, Odysseus has many characteristics that are good, and the story represents his struggle to find a balance between them.
One of the many conflicts that occurs in the Odyssey is Man vs. God because with every God that Odysseus makes contact with he has issues with because of his inability to accept his destiny.
In Homer's "The Odyssey" the main conflict is man vs. pride. Odysseus has to overcome his pride before he can overcome all of the obstacles keeping him from going home.
In the Odyssey, by Homer, the main conflict is man vs. god(s)because Odysseus challenges the gods by changing his fate and in return the gods make his journey home more complicated.
One of the main conflicts of Homer's The Odyssey is the conflict of man vs. a higher power, such as a god or witch. Poseidon is angry with Odysseus, and Calypso wants him to stay, so he must fight off each of these much more powerful creatures.
The conflict in The Odyssey was man vs. God because Odysseus tries to fight the fate the Gods have already decided for him. The Gods try to keep him away from his family but he keeps pushing on to get to them.
In Homer's "The Odyssey", there was a conflict with Odysseus because he challenge everything he didn't have.
In The Odyssey, by Homer, one main conflict is man vs. fate because even though Odysseus wants to go home imeditly the gods curse his travels and make it so he does not get home until twenty years later.
One conflict in Homer's The Odyssey is man vs self because Odysseus thinks he can beat the Gods which brings him alot of trouble and keeps him away from home for a very long time.
One conflict in Homer's The Odyssey, is between Odysseus and his man. There is the lack of trust and knowledge between them, Odysseus often refuses to share vital information with his men, most concerning their lives. He picks a more challenging route and risks their life, just to prove himself as a leader to others and the Gods.
The main conflict in Homer's The Odyssey is the main character's arrogance because his arrogant actions were harmful to his crew.
In Homer’s “The Odyssey” the conflict is between man and himself, because Odysseus is constantly setting himself back by making mistakes, like not telling his crew about the bad bag of wind.
Odysseus's conflict is accepting that the Gods rule his destiny. He spends all of his time trying to control his fate that it takes him longer to get back home than it should have. This is a conflict because it lengthens his journey and time away from home and leaves his wife and son to deal with the suitors.
In Homer's "The Odyssey" one of the conflicts was man vs. the gods. Everywhere Odyesseus traveled he encountered a god. Most gods were not understanding of Odysseus and gave him troubles. Also, he tended to think he was better then some of the gods, or that what he did would not affect them.
In Homer's "The Odyssey" the main conflict is man vs God becasue Odysseus challenges the gods when he attempts to change his fate.
A main conflict traced throughout the epic poem, the Odyssey, written by Homer, is man vs. fate, or gods. Man being the epic hero Odysseus and his battle with trying to determine his future, when the gods determine it for him.
The main cnflict in "The Odessey" is man vs. God. In the poem Odesseus is faced with the problem of always trying to control everything that happens to him even though it cannot be done and trying to do so angers the greater powers in the story.
In Homers the Odyssey a main conflict is Man vs. gods because the gods were using people to fight their wars. Because the gods could not die neither can lose, so they choose sides based on what they are rulers of. Where ever Odysseus travels harm and destruction follows. They choose to attack him because of the pride and his leadership of what he chooses to do with him men, like attacking sun gods cattle.
One conflict in the Odyssey is fate vs. choice because Odysseus can follow what the gods tell him or he can deny fate and go after his own plan.
The main conflict in Homer’s The Odyssey, is man’s continual defiance of fate and destiny, which is caused by the constant smugness, and self-centeredness in men.
The main conflict in “The Odyssey” is fate. Throughout the book Odysseus gets close to going home then his crew opens the bag of bad wind which takes them back to start their journey from basically the start. When Odysseus and his crew finally get back on their journey he runs into creatures that destroy and kill part by part of his crew and ships until he is the last one left, although Odysseus never dies he is repeatedly stricken with tragedies caused by fate.
In the Odyessy, one conflict is man vs. fate. Odesseus faces fate countless times and was never able to control what was to happen to him.
The main conflict in Homer's epic poem The Odyssey is man vs. self, Odysseus is constantly arrogant and fights the gods tooth and nail which catapults him into many dreadful situations.
A conflict in The Odyssey by Homer is fate vs. man. This conflict is important because it creates the journey that Odysseus must take because of his ignorance towards the Gods.
One conflict in Homer’s The Odyssey is man vs. man. Odysseus and Telemachus have to protect Penelope from the suitors that are plotting against Odysseus in case he returns to Ithaca. Odysseus and Telemachus end up slaying all the suitors before they leave their home.
One conflict portrayed throughout The Odyssey is man vs. fate. Odysseus begins this story as a cocky man willing to battle the Gods. He is diverted by immortal after immortal, fighting with Triton, Helios, and various monsters. It is only after he is willing to accept his fate and the power of the Gods that he is allowed to return home, thus showing this conflict.
One of the main conflicts in the epic poem by Homer, The Odyssey, is man vs fate. Odysseus' arrogance leads him to defiance of the gods and the power of his own destiny. Consequentially, this results in his twenty-year-long perilous journey.
In Homer's The Odyssey one conflict is man vs. society, in this case Odysseus and the gods. This is a conflict because he is struggling with his own problems, like arrogance, and that is causing him problems with the gods, who in turn are sometimes trying to slow his return to Ithica.
In Homer's The Odyssey one conflict in the story is man vs. destiny which the gods are in charge of. Throughout the story Odysseus tries to challenge the gods and in his arrogance and he is set back time and time again, but when Odysseus comes to terms with the power of the gods he is finally able to return home.
The conflict in The Odyssey is man vs. man. Odysseus has to face many trials that involve monsters and other men. It is like the whole world is against him, but he must face these in order to get home.