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  • Ὀδύσσεια
  • Homer
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  • 07 March 2018
  • 9788540506183

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CHARACTERS ´ Ὀδύσσεια Adas cativo de Calipso canto das sereias ciclope e passagem pelo reino dos mortos; regresso de Odisseu a Ítaca e morte dos pretendent. It s impossible not to smile when you start reading such a classic and after only the first few pages you realize and completely understand why it s regarded as one of the most important works in literature I m always a little anxious when I tackle such important and renowned books for being afraid of not comprehending or loving them War and Peace and Don uixote for example as they seem to deserve Not that I m obligated to like them but I always feel such buzz comes for a reason and I try to at least find out why With The Odyssey once again I find that the ones who have read it before me were right it s amazingI didn t have plans to read The Odyssey any time soon I ve never devoted much time to epic poems and this one has than 12000 verses but because I ve been eying Ulysses on my shelves for uite some time I decided to prepare myself for it and read about Odysseus with a great group here on Goodreads To call Homer s book simply a preparation for Joyce s work is now not only unfair but also absurd to me However I m glad that I finally read it whatever the reason behind it was The Odyssey tells the story of Odysseus s Ulysses journey back to his home Ithaca to return to his wife Penelope and son Telemachus after twenty years of absence Our hero left his home to fight in the Trojan War that alone lasted ten years and encountered too many obstacles that kept him away for another ten years Back in Ithaca people had already lost hope that he could still be alive and his wife was being courted by suitors who wanted to marry herAlongside the emotional and heartfelt story what grabbed my attention here was the poem s style and structure For a work that s believed to have been written in the 8th century BC its uality and refinement certainly amazed me Some of the story is told through flashbacks some of it is told through different narrators and its narratives are non linear so I was positively surprisedI could try to write an analysis about the recurring themes on the book vengeance spiritual growth hospitality or try to decipher its symbolism much has been written about Odysseus s bow Laertes s shroud the sea but I feel I would fail and wouldn t be able to do it in a deep level especially after having read the great introduction and notes written by Bernard KnoxWhat kept me away from Homer s work was the fear that it would be too dense and heavy on mythology it is mythological of course making it hard for me to understand it Although labored the narrative is uite simple and easy to follow Knox s notes were a great companion to fill in the details I needed to comprehend the book in a deeper levelRating it s my belief that a great book not only satisfy your expectations but also inspire you to delve further into its writer s other works similar subjects or even other books from the same time period The Odyssey raised my interest about Greek mythology and The Iliad so I guess it served its purpose with high colors Because of that 5 glowing and beautiful stars The Time Paradox great His Bride for One Night group here on Goodreads To call Homer s book simply a preparation for Joyce s work is now not only unfair but also absurd to me However I m گل به صنوبر چه کردقصه های ایرانیجلد اول glad that I finally read it whatever the reason behind it was The Odyssey tells the story of Odysseus s Ulysses journey back to his home Ithaca to return to his wife Penelope and son Telemachus after twenty years of absence Our hero left his home to fight in the Trojan War that alone lasted ten years and encountered too many obstacles that kept him away for another ten years Back in Ithaca people had already lost hope that he could still be alive and his wife was being courted by suitors who wanted to marry herAlongside the emotional and heartfelt story what Thomas's Christmas Party Thomas the Tank Engine Friends S grabbed my attention here was the poem s style and structure For a work that s believed to have been written in the 8th century BC its uality and refinement certainly amazed me Some of the story is told through flashbacks some of it is told through different narrators and its narratives are non linear so I was positively surprisedI could try to write an analysis about the recurring themes on the book vengeance spiritual Love Unrehearsed growth hospitality or try to decipher its symbolism much has been written about Odysseus s bow Laertes s shroud the sea but I feel I would fail and wouldn t be able to do it in a deep level especially after having read the Ngón Tay Mình Còn Thơm Mùi Oải Hương great introduction and notes written by Bernard KnoxWhat kept me away from Homer s work was the fear that it would be too dense and heavy on mythology it is mythological of course making it hard for me to understand it Although labored the narrative is uite simple and easy to follow Knox s notes were a Toldi Hungara Epika Poemo en Esperanto great companion to fill in the details I needed to comprehend the book in a deeper levelRating it s my belief that a Astrologie Chinoise 2006 great book not only satisfy your expectations but also inspire you to delve further into its writer s other works similar subjects or even other books from the same time period The Odyssey raised my interest about Greek mythology and The Iliad so I Good Riddance guess it served its purpose with high colors Because of that 5 ผู้ชนะสิบทิศ เล่ม 8 glowing and beautiful stars

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CHARACTERS ´ Ὀδύσσεια A Odisseia traça a volta de Odisseu herói da Guerra de Troia a sua terra natal depois de vinte anosA narrativa se divide em três te. Okay so here s what happened I went out after work with the guys we went to a perfectly nice bar this chick was hitting on me but I totally brushed her off Anyway we ended up getting pretty wrecked and we might have smoked something in the bathroom I m not totally clear on that part and then this gigantic one eyed bouncer kicked us out so we somehow ended up at a strip club The guys were total pigs but not me seriously that s not glitter on my neck And then we totally drove right by these hookers without even stopping and here I am Only a little bit late By the way I crashed the car and six of the guys are in jail Ask for Officer ScyllaEhHomer s right Odysseus version is betterPS Do not try this story at home unless when you get there you re still capable of shooting your arrow into a narrow apertureFagles translation is excellent the new standard and Bernard Knox s enormous introduction is the best Homeric essay I ve ever readA good companion read is Hal Roth s We Followed Odysseus maybe not the most elouent of books but he retraces Odysseus s voyage as best he can in his sailboat which is a pretty rad idea I recreated his route as a Google map here with notes on each of the stops I also wrote summaries of each book of the Odyssey for a book club discussion I ve pasted them in the comments thread below if you re interested Insight Guide Scotland guys we went to a perfectly nice bar this chick was hitting on me but I totally brushed her off Anyway we ended up Darwin and Politics getting pretty wrecked and we might have smoked something in the bathroom I m not totally clear on that part and then this The Infertility Cure The Ancient Chinese Wellness Program for Getting Pregnant and Having Healthy Babies guys were total pigs but not me seriously that s not The Sheikh Crowns His Virgin Billionaires at the Altar #3 glitter on my neck And then we totally drove right by these hookers without even stopping and here I am Only a little bit late By the way I crashed the car and six of the On the Run Fugitive Life in an American City guys are in jail Ask for Officer ScyllaEhHomer s right Odysseus version is betterPS Do not try this story at home unless when you The Pulpit Commentary get there you re still capable of shooting your arrow into a narrow apertureFagles translation is excellent the new standard and Bernard Knox s enormous introduction is the best Homeric essay I ve ever readA Nightswimming good companion read is Hal Roth s We Followed Odysseus maybe not the most elouent of books but he retraces Odysseus s voyage as best he can in his sailboat which is a pretty rad idea I recreated his route as a Google map here with notes on each of the stops I also wrote summaries of each book of the Odyssey for a book club discussion I ve pasted them in the comments thread below if you re interested

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CHARACTERS ´ Ὀδύσσεια Mpos principais a situação de Penélope e do filho Telêmaco em Ítaca e a viagem de Telêmaco; a narração das suas aventuras pass. I have read The Odyssey three times The first was not really a read but of a listen in the true oral tradition During embroidery class one of us young girls on the verge of entering the teens would read a passage while the rest were all busy with our eyes and fingers our needles and threads All learning to be future Penelopes crafty with their crafts cultivated patient and loyal And all wivesThe second read was already as an adult That time I let myself be led by the adventures and imagination of the resourceful one Relishing on the literary rhythm of the hexameters I particularly enjoyed the epithets used by the bards to keep the attention of the listeners Dawn of the rosy fingers was my favourite By then my embroideries were far away from my mindThis third time I read it in preparation for tackling Joyce s take on Homer And this time with a detached stance I have been surprised by the structure of the work the handling of time and the role of narration And those aspects I take with me in this third readingOf the twenty four books the first four or Telemachiad are preliminary Acting as an overture they take place not too long before the main action The following four are another preamble which take place roughly at the same time as the previous four The son and the father are getting ready to meet almost at the end of twenty years of their separation with ten at the war and ten coming backThen and this was my surprise what I always thought of as the core of the Odyssey the magical adventures with the Cyclops and Polyphemus the Lotus Eaters the Sirens Circe and the trip to the Underworld the Laestrygonias Scylla and Charybdis the Sun God etc forming what is called the Apologoi are a very small part of the book All of these eventful episodes take place along three years before the seven that Odysseus is amorously trapped by Kalypso And these are narrated after the fact by Odysseus himself in just four chapters chapters nine to twelve So to what in my mind was the meat of the Odyssey is only 17% of the book And if one recalls what a great deceiver Odysseus can be one could always wonder at these fablesThe rest the remaining twelve chapters or half of the book is the actual HomecomingWhat I have realized now is that The Odyssey is really about this Homecoming And that is what we witness directly All the enchanted adventures are told tales Odysseus as the bard chanting his own stories in the court of the Phaeacians A supreme teller since through his fables he has to build the image of the hero that his possibly dangerous audience see and do not see Odysseus as myth and myth maker No wonder his epithet of the resourceful one If the Homecoming had previously stayed in my mind as just an expected end in which all the invective and riveting elements are drearily put at an end as if one could already close the door and leave the one I have read now surprised me by its dramatization A different craft is at stageThe bard enacts the process of Justice performing through an act of Revenge There is no layered telling of the tale In the last half of the poem the pace and complexity of the various elements as they converge in the palace to play out divine retribution in which success does not seem assured not even to the great Odysseus who knows he has Athena s support has seemed this third time round magisterialAnd it is Penelope the patient the apprehensive the one who for twenty years has protected her mistrust with her weaving the one who with her threads offers the needed opportunity that the resourceful hero is at pains to find When she announces that she is about to end to the tapestry that has become her life the beggar can then put also an end to the agonyCrafted Homecoming Um tut sut girls on the verge of entering the teens would read a passage while the rest were all busy with our eyes and fingers our needles and threads All learning to be future Penelopes crafty with their crafts cultivated patient and loyal And all wivesThe second read was already as an adult That time I let myself be led by the adventures and imagination of the resourceful one Relishing on the literary rhythm of the hexameters I particularly enjoyed the epithets used by the bards to keep the attention of the listeners Dawn of the rosy fingers was my favourite By then my embroideries were far away from my mindThis third time I read it in preparation for tackling Joyce s take on Homer And this time with a detached stance I have been surprised by the structure of the work the handling of time and the role of narration And those aspects I take with me in this third readingOf the twenty four books the first four or Telemachiad are preliminary Acting as an overture they take place not too long before the main action The following four are another preamble which take place roughly at the same time as the previous four The son and the father are Screwdriver getting ready to meet almost at the end of twenty years of their separation with ten at the war and ten coming backThen and this was my surprise what I always thought of as the core of the Odyssey the magical adventures with the Cyclops and Polyphemus the Lotus Eaters the Sirens Circe and the trip to the Underworld the Laestrygonias Scylla and Charybdis the Sun God etc forming what is called the Apologoi are a very small part of the book All of these eventful episodes take place along three years before the seven that Odysseus is amorously trapped by Kalypso And these are narrated after the fact by Odysseus himself in just four chapters chapters nine to twelve So to what in my mind was the meat of the Odyssey is only 17% of the book And if one recalls what a Atlas Scolaire Cours Complet de Geographie Redige Conformement Aux Programmes Officiels great deceiver Odysseus can be one could always wonder at these fablesThe rest the remaining twelve chapters or half of the book is the actual HomecomingWhat I have realized now is that The Odyssey is really about this Homecoming And that is what we witness directly All the enchanted adventures are told tales Odysseus as the bard chanting his own stories in the court of the Phaeacians A supreme teller since through his fables he has to build the image of the hero that his possibly dangerous audience see and do not see Odysseus as myth and myth maker No wonder his epithet of the resourceful one If the Homecoming had previously stayed in my mind as just an expected end in which all the invective and riveting elements are drearily put at an end as if one could already close the door and leave the one I have read now surprised me by its dramatization A different craft is at stageThe bard enacts the process of Justice performing through an act of Revenge There is no layered telling of the tale In the last half of the poem the pace and complexity of the various elements as they converge in the palace to play out divine retribution in which success does not seem assured not even to the Call It Fate great Odysseus who knows he has Athena s support has seemed this third time round magisterialAnd it is Penelope the patient the apprehensive the one who for twenty years has protected her mistrust with her weaving the one who with her threads offers the needed opportunity that the resourceful hero is at pains to find When she announces that she is about to end to the tapestry that has become her life the beggar can then put also an end to the agonyCrafted Homecoming