What Does Athena Tell Telemachus to Do?

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Telemachus is a Greek mythological figure. Athena instructs Telemachus in quite a few things and assumed the appearance of several different people in order to advise him. She advised him to get to know his father Odysseus who had been missing from his life since infancy. Athena also tells him to get rid of the suitors that were found in his mother's house in his father's absence.
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She does.
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She tells him that his father, Odysseus, is alive and will return home soon or in the future.
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Finally, Odysseus reveals his identity and
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Athena has always been a partisan of the Greeks in the Trojan War (described mostly in the Iliad), and especially Odysseus. Therefore she is interested in Odysseus' son Telemachus,
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