Odysseus tells her so directly. Penelope then tests Odysseus, and he passes her test, confirming his identity.
To tell her how there bedchamber is set up.Only Penelope and Odysseus know and a few servants bc Odysseus built it himself.
Penelope tests Odysseus identity by cleverly suggesting that they move their bed to another room so that she can get used to Odysseus, whom has been away for so long. The test is that the bed is unmovable since it is built into the trunk of a tree, but only Odysseus and Penelope know that.
While he was dressed as a beggar, he saw one of the maids consorting with Penelope's suitor. Odysseus suggested that Penelope test which of her maids are faithful to her and not her suitors.
To see what they would do when they kill other people.
Penelope tests Odysseus to see if he is still worthy to be her husband and also to ensure that he is truly who he says he is. She is highly suspicious of him as she has not seen him in over twenty years.
he is the housekeeper for penelope and penelope is odysseus wife and odysseus is the king of ithleca
No, Penelope does not recognize that the beggar is Odysseus.
To make sure that it ti really him :)
Odysseus wishes to test Penelope's faithfulness. Furthermore, by remaining hidden from Penelope, he can take care of his business with the suitors, and reveal himself when he is ready. Odysseus wishes to come back to Penelope a man, having dealt with all the problems in their house first.
Penelope arranged a challenge, and the challenge is that the suitors have to bend and string Odysseus' heavy hunting bow.
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?
the answer is Penelope the husbend of odysseus.
Penlope is Odysseus' wife.
No. Penelope was completely faithful to Odysseus even after 20 years of not seeing him. Penelope is often equated with faithfulness.
Odysseus left Penelope bound for Troy.
Odysseus was not strictly faithful to Penelope, but was faithful to her 'in his heart.'
No one did- Penelope ran a series of tests to identify Odysseus.
Odysseus who was dressed up as an old beggar told Penelope that Odysseus was alive and would return soon
Penelope finally is convinced that it is Odysseus when Odysseus tells her how their marital bed was made from the trunk of an olive tree.