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Etón

Es el nombre falso que le da Odiseo a Penélope cuando está disfrazado de mendigo. La crítica Olga Levaniouk ha dicho recientemente que este nombre significa “ardiente”, o arder con deseo o ansias. De esta forma, diciéndole a Penélope su nombre, Odiseo está haciendo una referencia velada a su estatus como mendigo, pero también a su deseo de retomar su vida, arrasando con unos cuantos.

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