Hereof, why does Odysseus choose to listen to the sirens?
Odysseus wants to hear the Sirens ‘ sweet, seductive song because he’s confident that if he follows Circe’s advice—blocking his men’s ears with wax and having them lash him to the ship’s mast—he will be the only man to have experienced the joy of listening to the Sirens and lived to tell about it.
Subsequently, question is, why would Odysseus allow himself to be tied to the mast? Ulysses wanted to hear the Sirens’ song although he knew that doing so would render him incapable of rational thought. He put wax in his men’s ears so that they could not hear, and had them tie him to the mast so that he could not jump into the sea.
Also question is, what will happen to Odysseus if he hears the sirens sing?
He will be lead to them, crash the ship, then eaten by them. He must tie himself to the mast of the ship.
Why did sirens kill sailors?
Answer and Explanation: In Greek mythology, the sirens kill people by luring them towards the treacherous rocks where the sirens make their home. Sailors become entranced by