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Lionsgate Sets THE HUNGER GAMES Filmmakers on Homer's 'THE ODYSSEY'

Lionsgate has plans to adapt a new big screen take on Homer’s ancient poem, The Odyssey. But that’s not all, Francis Lawrence, who directed the second, third and fourth films in  183 more words

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Greek myths and legends: Homer's Odyssey and an Honest Analysis

So as you know if you read my last blog post, I’ve recently delved into the world of Homer’s Odyssey. What a strange word that is. 1,423 more words

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THE GALIMATIAS INTERVIEW (PART TWO) - CATHARSIS, THE SUBLIMINAL, AND THE MORAL IMPERATIVE OF THE NOVEL

This is the second part of the interview with Paul David Adkin that was carried out by the Spanish literary magazine “Galimatias” in March, 2015. We have translated it here into English. 922 more words

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Spoiler-Free Review #5: "The Odyssey" by Homer

Wow I missed this deadline by a while. I can make excuses until my fingers fall off, but needless to say I keep doing it and can only apologise so often before it begins to sound meaningless. 266 more words

Reading Selection for 9-1: "From The Odyssey, Part 2"

Students:

This is the reading selection for the last days of the 4th trimester. “From The Odyssey Part 2” You may download it to your portable electronic device or print it out. 47 more words

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RETRO KIDS TV: Ulysses 31

A personal favourite of mine, Ulysses 31 was one of those epic 1980s cartoons which seemed to go on forever.

In fact, just 26 episodes were made – but each one remains brilliantly watchable to this day. 54 more words

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April swimming and the end of the Odyssey

There has been a cold snap as we fall deeper into autumn but somehow I have still managed to swim every day. Yesterday I was suffering the third day of the worst headache ever (complete with nausea) and was quite unsure about whether to brave a cold swim but despite the odds it completely cleared out the aches and pains. 462 more words

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