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Ulysses knows that he cannot conquer time, but he does not care and is going to fight it for as long as he possibly can. This comparison shows that even the greatest of heroes are not immutable. Ulysses also expresses his desire, "To follow knowledge like a sinking star," this simile compares him to a sinking star as he is getting old and nearing death...
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He wants to rebel against time for as long as possible and continue to adventure until he inevitably faces death. Ulysses' window to pursue knowledge is closing quickly and it will take all of his strength and will to continue his pursuit. Although he is rebelling against time he must concede that nothing is immutable and he cannot be a triumphant hero for all of eternity...
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