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Odysseus and his men are described in many ways. How they are described is dictated by whose book you're reading from. Homer, who is credited for writing The Odyssey, would describe them favorably. The most common description would have that Odysseus was very intelligent, he was the man who thought up the Trojan horse. Other writers such as John Erskine thought of Odysseus as a coward and not worthy of being called a Greek hero.

Books you may find helpful: The Odyssey and Penelope's Man

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