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Notes From Indian Country

 “I am Odysseus, son of Laertes. All men take account of my wiles and my fame
has reached high heaven. My home is in Ithaca, fair in the evening light.” 504 more words

Poems

The Odyssey 4

Why does Odysseus reveal his real identity to Polyphemus in the end?  Polyphemus can now curse him and does. This then becomes the curse that “dogs” him all of the way home.  28 more words

Greek And Roman Literature

The Odyssey 4

Why does Odysseus reveal his real identity to Polyphemus in the end?  Polyphemus can now curse him and does. This then becomes the curse that “dogs” him all of the way home.  28 more words

Greek

Backstage on Broadway: The Public Theater brings community together to perform 'The Odyssey'

The songs of the sea are coming to the New York stage.

“I’ve been singing since the 4th grade,” Mayelyn Perdomo said.

A lifelong passion of Mayelyn Perdomo’s will soon be heard in… 387 more words

Broadway

The Odyssey 3

What is Homer trying to reveal about women by contrasting Nausicaa and Calypso?  Do you believe that most women fit into these two categories?

Greek And Roman Literature

The Odyssey 3

What is Homer trying to reveal about women by contrasting Nausicaa and Calypso?  Do you believe that most women fit into these two categories?

Greek

The Odyssey 2

  1. Why does Nausicaa play little part after this when it looks like it could develop into quite a romance?
  2. What qualities does Odysseus reveal (and Greeks value) in the way he “deals” with Nausicaa and this delicate situation?
Greek And Roman Literature