Who says the following and why? "That's why noble Eurytus died a sudden death: no old age, creeping upon him in his halls . . . Apollo shot him down, enraged that the man had challenged him, the Archer God." * Odysseus is teaching Broadsea an important lesson in humility. Demodocus is warning Broadsea to not anger "god-like" Odysseus. Demodocus is warning Odysseus to temper his ego so he does not anger the gods. Odysseus is remembering not to boast too much and is showing reverence to the gods.
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