A) He realizes that Odysseus was destined to take his eye.
This is the statement that best explains the reaction of the Cyclops. In this text, the Cyclops has been blinded by Odysseus. However, the Cyclops tells Odysseus that he understands this had to happen. We learn that Telemus was a wizard who had told the Cyclops that someone was going to take his eye. He was expecting someone large and intimidating, as opposed to small and skinny Odysseus. Nevertheless, he understands the inevitability of it.
Cyclops invited Odysseus back to tell him he was destined to take his eye and befriend him. I am not quite sure though, for I read the Odyssey when i was a freshman and I'm a senior now.
He realizes the Odysseus was destined to take his eye, is what I believe it is too
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The passage presented would lean more towards answer A) He realizes that Odysseus was destined to take his eye. He states that he was told beforehand that his eye would be blinded by Odysseus and that if he joined his once more he would treat him kind and respectively rather than attempt to murder and feast on him.
it is indeed A on edg2020 anyways! 🙂