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Getting through the first books of The Odyssey

Hi, literature lovers!

This week is devoted to the reading of the Odyssey, as I may have said somewhere here before. So long, I’ve read from book I to VI, and I like it. 308 more words


A Gate In Cupertino

There was so much going on yesterday at the Cupertino Library’s 10th Anniversary Fair! I will post a separate post with all my photos, observations, and special superhero sightings. 461 more words

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The eternal questions

Hi, fellow literature freaks!

I’m only four chapters away from finishing Great Expectations, and, in anticipation of next week’s work, I’ve already read the introduction to… 508 more words

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Red Sorghum by Mo Yan 1987, 1992

When I read The Illiad a few years ago, I was shocked. The divine Homer expends most of his or their or Their lyrical energy on spears’ passage through stomachs, limbs’ flight from hips and shoulders, shoulders’ descent from necks, chariots splintering into the sharpest and deadliest of fragments, and gods and goddesses bickering over sex . 1,783 more words

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Senior Year Crisis

Senior year of college has finally rolled around and you can’t believe how fast the last three years have gone. You are in denial that this is your last year of college and are full of mixed emotions. 23 more words

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The Joys of Transient Obduracy

It would’ve made him so happy if only I’d said yes. Instead, I chose to torture him, reveling in his frustration, impotent to do anything to change my mind. 612 more words

Articles in The Odyssey

The Odyssey is a national publication both in print and online distributed to college campuses. The audience is mostly Greek college students and people between the ages of 18-25. 49 more words

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