Why does Nestor tell Telemachus the story?
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Likewise, people ask, why does Nestor tell Telemachus the story of Agamemnon?
Nestor's tale about Agamemnon and Orestes helps cement Telemachus's determination to restore honor to his household by defeating the suitors. Telemachus tells Nestor that he wishes the gods would give him the power to wreak revenge on the suitors feasting in his father's house.
Likewise, what does Nestor urge Telemachus do? Nestor warns Telemachus: "Don't rover from home too long,/too far, leaving your own holdings unprotected" (3.354-355). He also urges him to find Menelaus for more news, and offers to provide him with horses, a chariot, and his sons for company.
Beside above, what advice does Nestor give Telemachus and why?
Nestor gives Telemachus the advice to go and visit Menelaus but to not stay away from home for too long because the suitors will destroy his belongings and everything he has (over a year is too long).
How does Nestor feel about the Trojan War?
Though Nestor was already very old when the war began, he was noted for his bravery and speaking abilities. In the Iliad, he often gives advice to the younger warriors and advises Agamemnon and Achilles to reconcile.