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Will mark brainliest! Which themes are found in The Odyssey? Check all that apply. Odysseus is a great Greek leader. Ithaca is Odysseus’s true home. Too much pride is dangerous. A great leader is responsible. Odysseus is often quite prideful. Telemachus loves his father. Great journeys often lead back home.
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The themes of the Odyssey are 1) too much pride is dangerous, and 2) big trips often go back home. These are themes because these are the general idea of the book. All the other answers are too specific or incorrect when looking at the plot of the novel to become real themes. Hubris (Excessive Pride) is an issue and a recurring theme of the book, and ends the hero’s journey with him back to his residence in Ithaca, so those are the two themes.