The Odyssey, Book 1-12

A substantial introduction covers many of the questions that lie behind the poem, including a thorough summary of Homeric grammar the text is elucidated with full annotations, indexes and bibliography.
The Odyssey Book A substantial introduction covers many of the questions that lie behind the poem including a thorough summary of Homeric grammar the text is elucidated with full annotations indexes and bibliography

  • Title: The Odyssey, Book 1-12
  • Author: Homer William Bedell Stanford W. Stanford
  • ISBN: 9781853995026
  • Page: 464
  • Format: Paperback
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    SparkNotes The Odyssey Books Analysis Books The Odyssey is an epic journey, but the word journey must be broadly understood The epic focuses, of course, on Odysseus s nostos return home or homeward voyage , a journey whose details a Greek audience would already know because of their rich oral mythic tradition. Homer The Odyssey Book I Athena Inspires the Prince Sing to me of the man, Muse, the man of twists and turns driven time and again off course, once he had plundered the hallowed heights The Odyssey by Homer Share book The Odyssey has , ratings and , reviews Stephen said So my first non school related experience with Homer s classic tale, and my most power The Odyssey by Homer Search eText, Read Online, The Odyssey by Homer Searchable etext Discuss with other readers. The Odyssey Books The Loeb Classical Library, No The Odyssey Books The Loeb Classical Library, No Homer, George E Dimock, A T Murray Books The Odyssey by Homer Read Online The Literature Homer The Odyssey Translated by S H Butcher and Andrew Lang Table of Contents books on shelf Prefaces and Introduction Book I Book II . Book CliffsNotes Study Guides Summary Homer opens The Odyssey with an invocation to the Muse of epic poetry and asks for her guidance in telling the story of a man who has experienced many t The Internet Classics Archive The Odyssey by Homer The Odyssey by Homer, part of the Internet Classics Archive The Odyssey Summary Shmoop Free summary and analysis of the events in Homer s The Odyssey that won t make you snore We promise. The Odyssey at a Glance CliffsNotes Study Guides Book The Odyssey is Homer s epic of Odysseus year struggle to return home after the Trojan War While Odysseus battles mystical creatures and faces the wrath o The Odyssey planetebook Download free eBooks of classic literature, books and novels at Planet eBook Subscribe to our free eBooks blog and email newsletter The Odyssey The Odyssey Book Review Common Sense Media The Odyssey isn t just an important book, it s also a very exciting book and a beautiful work of literature As the popular Percy Jackson series for younger readers attests, The Odyssey Books Summary and Analysis The Odyssey study guide contains a biography of Homer, literature essays, a complete e text, quiz questions, major themes, characters, and a full summary and analysis. THE ODYSSEY by Homer FULL AudioBook Greatest Feb , THE ODYSSEY by Homer FULL AudioBook GreatestAudioBooks The Odyssey is one of the two major ancient Greek epic poems the other being the Iliad , at

    Welcome to the Odyssey Award home page Current winners of the Odyssey Award honoring outstanding audiobooks for children The Odyssey Homer, Robert Fitzgerald s translation is a masterpiece An Odyssey worthy of the original The Nation Fitzgerald s Odyssey and Iliad open up once the unique greatness of Homer s art at the level above the formula yet at the same time they do not neglect the brilliant texture of Homeric verse at the level of the line and the The Odyssey Book Nineteen Detailed Version Odysseus has a long talk with his queen Penelope but does not reveal his identity Penelope takes kindly to the stranger and orders her maid Eurycleia to bathe his feet and anoint them with oil. The Odyssey Book Eleven Detailed Version MythWeb At the furthest edge of Ocean s stream is the land to which all journey when they die Here their spirits endure a fleshless existence They can t even talk unless re The Odyssey Full Text Book I Owl Eyes Read Full Text and Annotations on The Odyssey Book I at Owl Eyes SparkNotes The Odyssey Book A summary of Book in Homer s The Odyssey Learn exactly what happened in this chapter, scene, or section of The Odyssey and what it means Perfect for acing essays, tests, and quizzes, as well as for writing lesson plans. Odyssey Online Greece Michael C Carlos Museum Michael C Carlos Museum presents Odyssey Online s Greece HOMER, ODYSSEY BOOK Theoi Classical Texts Library THE ODYSSEY BOOK , TRANSLATED BY A T MURRAY So he spoke, and they were all hushed in silence, and were spellbound throughout the shadowy halls.

    The Odyssey Homer, Robert Fitzgerald s translation is a masterpiece An Odyssey worthy of the original The Nation Fitzgerald s Odyssey and Iliad open up once the unique greatness of Homer s art at the level above the formula yet at the same time they do not neglect the brilliant texture of Homeric verse at the level of the line and the The Odyssey Book Nineteen Detailed Version Odysseus has a long talk with his queen Penelope but does not reveal his identity Penelope takes kindly to the stranger and orders her maid Eurycleia to bathe his feet and anoint them with oil. The Odyssey Book Eleven Detailed Version MythWeb At the furthest edge of Ocean s stream is the land to which all journey when they die Here their spirits endure a fleshless existence They can t even talk unless re The Odyssey Full Text Book I Owl Eyes Read Full Text and Annotations on The Odyssey Book I at Owl Eyes SparkNotes The Odyssey Book A summary of Book in Homer s The Odyssey Learn exactly what happened in this chapter, scene, or section of The Odyssey and what it means Perfect for acing essays, tests, and quizzes, as well as for writing lesson plans. Odyssey Online Greece Michael C Carlos Museum Michael C Carlos Museum presents Odyssey Online s Greece HOMER, ODYSSEY BOOK Theoi Classical Texts Library THE ODYSSEY BOOK , TRANSLATED BY A T MURRAY So he spoke, and they were all hushed in silence, and were spellbound throughout the shadowy halls.

    The Odyssey Book Nineteen Detailed Version Odysseus has a long talk with his queen Penelope but does not reveal his identity Penelope takes kindly to the stranger and orders her maid Eurycleia to bathe his feet and anoint them with oil. The Odyssey Book Eleven Detailed Version MythWeb At the furthest edge of Ocean s stream is the land to which all journey when they die Here their spirits endure a fleshless existence They can t even talk unless re The Odyssey Full Text Book I Owl Eyes Read Full Text and Annotations on The Odyssey Book I at Owl Eyes SparkNotes The Odyssey Book A summary of Book in Homer s The Odyssey Learn exactly what happened in this chapter, scene, or section of The Odyssey and what it means Perfect for acing essays, tests, and quizzes, as well as for writing lesson plans. Odyssey Online Greece Michael C Carlos Museum Michael C Carlos Museum presents Odyssey Online s Greece HOMER, ODYSSEY BOOK Theoi Classical Texts Library THE ODYSSEY BOOK , TRANSLATED BY A T MURRAY So he spoke, and they were all hushed in silence, and were spellbound throughout the shadowy halls.

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    1. I can't read Classical Greek, but it was fun to be able to look at it from time to time and try to pick out pieces here and there. I was surprised how much I enjoyed Murray's translation which is not one I recall hearing about before but is absolutely first rate in terms of clarity, readability, and Homeric gravitas.

    2. Wonderful piece of literature. This is definitely one of my favorite things to read in high school and in college.Odysseus has a hard time trying to get home, but he never gives up; even after being stuck on the island with Calypso, he still dreamed of seeing his wife and his homeland.I wish people nowadays could have this strength, loyalty and morals. The world would be a better place with more people like him.

    3. this book was really good. I enjoyed it because it was interesting of all the things of the gods and their stories. I enjoyed reading it because it had alot of adventure, and it also had challenges. The book was sometimes confusing at parts, but it got me confused because i was absent and when i came back i didnt get the story. But after all this the book was really good it had alot of good parts and sad parts.

    4. I listened to the audiobooksere were 24 books in all. Excellent story, the whole thing! I truly enjoyed it. Reading about Greek mythology has always been a favorite of mine. They are classic tales that will be around forever.

    5. Foundation readinghave re-read both the Iliad and the Odyssey multiple times. We also read it some of it in Greek, but I'm lousy at languages and really struggled.

    6. Loved the detail, the prose, and the chance to delve into a bit of ancient Greek fiction. One of the inspirations to our modern fantasy.

    7. I read selections from the Odyssey in college for a Humanities class, but this is the first time I am reading the entire book. I did not remember that it actually begins with the story of Telemachus, Odysseus' son, pining for his father and agonizing over the depredations of the suitors for Penelope. I also did not remember that most of the adventures of Odysseus are not in the story's "real time," but are recalled by him after he has escaped from Calypso. He may be brave and he certainly loves [...]

    8. 9th grade. Read for school. Translated by Robert Fitzgerald. We didn't read the whole thing though. we read a much more condensed version. It was about 75 pages in our English textbook. So idk. It is obviously a really famous piece of literature and it's well written and you know. But I just thought it was ok. Ok. Bye.

    9. Here we are once again, with the poet imploring the Muse to sing her song about the adventures ensuing the the fall of Troy. Having just finished rereading The Iliad which told of the rage of Achilles and the Trojan War, I find The Odyssey a much more congenial book, seemingly modern in structure and outlook, even as it tells of events before the beginning of history as we know it. It tells the journey of Odysseus on his way hhome from Troy, a journey that takes him ten years. Odysseus is a man [...]

    10. The Odyssey was a great book! Sometimes it had me confused because I didn't understand what they were trying to say ,but in the end I understood some what everything . The only thing that matters is that Odysseus went home with his son and wife. This book was awesome it teaches us how things are hard in life. One day we will go threw hard times ,others times they will be easy! I loved how Odysseus in the end showed the suitors of with the bow went he shot it! Also when his wife didn't believe it [...]

    11. An experience! I read Part I and Part II ofThe Odyssey while I was in school, attending a class in ancient Greek. The excitement came to me when I tried to read a portion of the original Greek text across from the English translation. Realizing that the Greek was as close as I would ever get to an unadulterated experience of the epic, made an indelible impression on me. Yes, it was tedious at times; nonetheless, knowing that the words and the story had the power to reach across thousands of year [...]

    12. I had never read this classic, and thanks to the audio version I got through it. Just listening to the names was overwhelming, I can't imagine how hard reading them would have been. As this is epic Greek poetry, some of the repetition can be forgiven. Many people are familiar with the struggles of Odysseus even if they haven't read the tale.Summary: Homer's masterpiecce tells the story of Odysseus, the ideal Greek hero, as he travels home to Ithaca after the Trojan War--a journey of many years a [...]

    13. this is a wonderful and amazing piece of literature. I absolutely loved this book. Be warned though, if you don't like the writing style/old English or are not prepared to take annotations this is NOT the book for you. The essence of adventure shall never let you down and the cleverness of the characters is something to behold. Being 11 can be quite annoying, no one ever takes you seriously. So, with all do respect, please don't ignore this review. To sum up this evaluation, the novel was quite [...]

    14. I didn't really like this book that much. The language was weird and I wasn't into it. I found most of it really confusing and weird. Like the sirens part, I didn't really get that part. To me the best part of the book was when Odysseus and his men escaped the Cyclops's cave. They really had to think of a way to get out of there with out him noticing. There was a lot of action threw out the whole book. It was an okay book, but not something I would recommend. I found the ending boring and I just [...]

    15. Well, it took Odysseus 19 years to get home after the Trojan War, and it took me one year to read this book after the birth of my twins. Not my favorite read ever, but it was good and easy to read. Biggest issue for me was reading it after long breaks because the names were difficult to keep straight sometimes. I have to say, with all the build up for his return and getting his revenge on the suitors, the ending was quite abrupt.

    16. If I could go back in time to my 9th grade self, I would make it a point not to read this awful story. For crying out loud, even the play was bad. Not only then could I not understand what was going on, but 10 years later I can't figure it out. If you're into Roman themes, for the love of all things sane, watch the movie "Gladiator" or even "300" just to humor yourself.

    17. A great work of fiction done by are forerunners. A true piece of wonder and a reminder of the failings of men. The chink in most men's armor are women and the Greeks explore that. Along with the urge most men feel for adventure and the never ending search for wonder. Of course danger is always what makes it all worth it >:]

    18. The only reason I think this book was okay is because it was written well on a technical level. However, I don't really respect the story itself. It's about a highly immoral man who expects his wife to have been moral and faithful to him for the many years that he was gone. During eight of those years, he was busy sleeping with some terrible goddess. Talk about messed up values.

    19. I Read The Odyssey, i find it to be an interesting book. It has different events that happen that help pull the reader into the story. The use of different creatures really help keep the reader on edge. Like a lot of books it gets strung out and boring after a few chapters of bad events happening. But i do like this book because of the age and what it consists of.

    20. Books 1 to 12 of the Odyssey comprise mainly of Ulysses' journey back home. I never got a chance to read this book in school so I was curious about the story. I must admit that I do have mixed reviews of it as at times it was monotonous. An interesting read to say the least.

    21. it was cool because i liked it when he battles the cyclops but not the fact he acts cocky,but the way his men died and how he was the only one alive and also returning home disquised as a begger was a cool story,but not my favoriote

    22. This book would be really good if it was in modern reading. I was confused a lot, but I had to read it over and over just to get it. It wasn't much fun reading it and trying really hard to understand it.

    23. THE ODYSSEY is the prototypical journey tale of world literature. After ten years fighting and helping the Greeks win the Trojan War, Odysseus, King of Ithaka, offends the sea god Poseidon and is doomed to another ten years of wandering before being

    24. an incredible journey, but lacked a lot of imagery and descriptive language, it's more like a list of events than a story, and if i had to read the line 'rosy-fingered dawn' one more time i'd eat the book

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