Why did Polyphemus leave his wife on the deserted island?
In the Odyssey Polyphemus had no wife.
In Percy Jackson (Sea of Monsters) he wanted to marry Grover (or Clarissa) but did not succeed.
Calypso allows Odysseus to leave her island after Athene asks Zeus to tell Calyspo that if she doesnt allow Odysseus to leave her island that if she doesnt that Zeus will strike her with a thunderbolt and kill her as he is not a prisoner to her island and need to get home to be with Penelope (his wife). Zeus sends Hermes the messenger God to tell Calypso. Although Calypso is furious and doesnt want…
You cannot tell if he will leave his wife for you until he actually does it. Also, why would he leave his wife for you if he can have you and her. The best of all worlds. Whatever you do, don't tell his wife about your relationship with her husband unless you want to lose him and force a divorce on them.
Very interestingly, he eats several of his crew, only for Odysseus to blind him with a stick, so they can escape. As they sail away Polyphemus prays to his father, the god of the sea, Poseidon, to avenge him losing his eye, and so the great Odysseus is plagued for 9 years, lost at sea, encountering monsters etc, always wanting to return to his wife
It is up to her - entirely. There is no right or wrong answer. Like any significant change she should consider the ramifications as they would affect her. Usually people in this situation ask advice of friends until they get advice that matches what they want to do. If it works out they thank that friend, if it doesn't they blame that friend.
What should you do if meridian man fall in love with you after he getting arrange married and told that he willing to divorce his wife?
In the King James version the word - cleave - and the word - wife - appear in the same verse 3 times Gen 2:24 Therefore shall a man leave his father and his mother, and shall cleave unto his wife: and they shall be one flesh. Mat 19:5 And said, For this cause shall a man leave father and mother, and shall cleave to his wife: and they twain shall be one flesh? Mar…