Odysseus won back his wife by:
Penelope set forth a test, a test that no man could win except Odysseus. She brought out his old bow, bow string, arrows, torches and oil. She then placed rings that were attached to poles in the floor She said "If anyone can String this bow and fire an arrow through the rings i shall marry him," or something along those lines. So every man tried and every man failed. Then an old picked up the bow and string he used the torches and the oil on the bow to string it. He then nocked an arrow and fired. Every one kept telling the old man to give up, that it is useless. But when they saw that he had strung the bow, they then saw him fire the arrow through all the rings that were placed. The men turned back to face the old man, but to their demise they saw Odysseus standing before them.
I hope you mean goddess and if you did, then it is Athena who helped Odysseus win. Athena was even on Odysseus' side no matter what till the end where he met his wife again Penelope.
Odyssues is Penelope's husband. Odysseus is a boy, Penelope a girl, Odysseus went on long jounery, Penelope was home having all the suitors try to win her over, Odyssesus cheated on Penelope and Penelope didnt cheat on him, Athena loves Odysseus. The book is about Odysseus...Does that help?
Yes! He survived and made it back home to his people wife and son.
they are trying to win his Odysseus's wife's hand in marriage
When Odysseus comes home to Ithaca, Penelope has set up a challenge for the suitors to win her hand. Whoever is able to string Odysseus' bow and shoot an arrow cleanly through the ax heads, they will win Penelope. (Penelope, however, has a pretty good idea that no one else will be able to string Odysseus' bow except for him, so while the contest appears fair to the suitors, in reality Penelope has developed a clever plan as to avoid marrying any of them.) None of the suitors are able to string the bow. Then Odysseus comes in. (Remember, he has been disguised by Athena as an old beggar, so no one recognizes him.) To make a long story short, Odysseus is able to successfully complete the contest. Also, it is important to know that Penelope and all of the women have been sent to a room and locked in because Odysseus plans on killing all of the suitors for their crime of attempting to marry Penelope (his wife) while he was still alive. So, Penelope is not aware that someone has won the contest, the someone being Odysseus (in disguise). At the point that Odysseus wins the contest, he becomes Odysseus again, or, rather, back to his recognizable form. The suitors recognize him. Odysseus tells them he's going to kill them and what their crimes were. So, Odysseus shoots, with his bow and arrows, Antinous, the ringleader of the suitors. However, before Odysseus can kill the rest of the suitors, Eurymachus, also a sort of ringleader, steps up to ask mercy of Odysseus. He promises payments back for all the food, etc. the suitors have used up. Odysseus doesn't accept his apology, and kills all the suitors anyhow.
Antonous is one of the suitors trying to win over Penelope in Odysseus's absence, whom Odysseus later kills when he is in the form of a beggar, with a powerful bow at his disposal.
When Odysseus returns to Ithaca from his voyage at sea, he is disguised as a beggar and lives with Eumaeus, the swineherd. Odysseus then must win the contest of strining a bow and shooting an arrow through axe-heads that Penelope set up. After he has done this, he must battle his wife's suitors and reclaim his spot as king.
Odysseus is able to string his bow, after all the suitors have tried and failed. Odysseus is also able to win Penelope's heart, kill all the suitors, and have the love and respect of the gods, in particular Athena.
Odysseus strings the bow for several reasons:To win the contest.To prove himself still worthy of Penelope.To prove himself superior to Penelope's suitors, and possibly help intimidate them.To provide himself with a weapon with which to kill the suitors.
Odysseus and Telemachus receive assistance from Athena to win thou battle against the suitors.