Homer's "The Odyssey" Poem Review by ResearchRiter

Homer's "The Odyssey"
A review and response to essays on Homer's "The Odyssey".
# 127032 | 2,000 words | 13 sources | MLA | 2008 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2008 in Literature (Greek and Roman) , Literature (Poetry)

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This paper includes a summary of Homer's "The Odyssey" followed by summaries of four essays by various scholars critiquing some aspect of the book. This is followed by a section in which a response is mounted to the four essays.

From the Paper:

""The Odyssey" is an epic poem by Homer that features a struggle by Odysseus to get home after a lengthy adventure at the same time that his wife Penelope and son Telemachus are dealing with problems of their own at home. Odysseus has fought in the Trojan War and has been gone for so long that Penelope is besieged with suitors offering her their hand in marriage and consuming the household's food and drink. Telemachus, just a baby when Odysseus left, is now coming into..."

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