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  • Sporting Events Journey Home
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    The lessons that Odysseus learns on his way home to Ithaka will allow him to get back to being a good, father, and leader of his civilization. He needs to relearn all of what he once knew as leader of Ithaka in order to safely survive there. Luckily, Odysseus has a strong will and is able to accomplish all of his goals. The three most important lessons he learns are the need for opportunity, the importance and enjoyment of group activity, and the last, most important, hospitality. The need for o...
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  • Younger Brother San Diego
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    Leaving to find a new home and returning to find a lost heart Bittersweet Journey Home and About the Family are two articles written by Tu-Anh Nguyen. The articles describe her trip leaving Vietnam and coming back to visit Vietnam. The article Bittersweet Journey Home is about Tu-Anh Nguyen's trip back to Vietnam with her family and the article About the Family is about her trip to the United States. After reading the article Bittersweet Journey Home, it made me realize how Tu-Anh's journey is s...
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  • Family Honor Journey Home
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    In the intricate and well-developed plot of The Odyssey, Homer harmonized several subjects. One of these subjects was the quest of Telemachos in correlation with the journey of his father. In the beginning of the epic, Odysseus son, Telemachos, is a childish, passive, fearful, and untested boy, but in the end, he has developed into a young man ready to stand by his fathers side and defend his family's loyalty and honor against the suitors. Telemachos path to manhood is directly correlated to the...
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  • Epic Hero Taking Advantage
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    In the Odyssey, Odysseus was portrayed as an epic hero determined to get back to his homeland, Ithaca. Through out his journeys his crew and him were presented with many challenges and disasters that delayed his return home. While he was gone suitors were coming to his home everyday to try to win over Penelope and become the king of Ithaca. The suitors took advantage of everything they could while Odysseus was gone. Everyday the suitors returned to his home and dined and feasted at Odysseus expe...
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  • Hospitality Heroism And Honor Journey To Discover Telemakhos
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    Literature Essay: Telemakhos Voyage In the epic the Odyssey, Homer explores a variety of different themes that are prevalent in antiquity. Such themes include the treatment of strangers, hospitality, heroism and honor. Homer uses the character Telemakhos, the son of the main character Odysseus, to help convey the themes of the story. From the beginning when Telemakhos goes out to seek for his father and after he helps his father defeat the suitors, we witness the changes in his character, as we ...
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  • Leadership Qualities War Hero
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    When The Odyssey was written, the Greek poet Homer defines his main character, Odysseus, as a great war hero. As the story progresses, Odysseus is many things other than the average warrior on a long, perilous journey home. One outstanding characteristic of this not so typical man is his wiliness. Throughout The Odyssey, Odysseus exemplifies his wily leadership qualities while he overcomes many obstacles during his journey home. Odysseus first demonstrates his wily attributes when he meets the C...
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  • Return Home Journey Home
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    ... s that Dionysus rescues Ariadne and marries her however Homer claims in book X 1 her fate is death at the hands of Artemis because of her witness to Dionysus. The basic principle is that Ariadne was abandoned by the man she loved whatever her final fate. COMPARISON FOR THE MYTH Likewise we can take the myth of Aeneas and Dido. Virgil wrote a poignant and sorrowful account in The Aneaid. It is said that he pays homage to Homer by using Aeneas as his hero the wondered similar to Odysseus. Thes...
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  • Femme Fatale Ancient Greece
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    ... red various monsters and beasts from his quest of the twelve labors. Jason came across the dragon that guarded the Golden Fleece in his quest to regain the throne at Iolcos. And, Theseus met with creatures and beasts, such as the Minotaur, from his own labors in his quest to regain the throne at Athens. Along the way, the hero is also certain to encounter a femme fatale or an enchantress, who tries to add difficulty to the task at hand, but also sometimes ends up helping out. Helen can be co...
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  • Oedipus The King Riddle Of The Sphinx
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    Sophocles Oedipus the King and Homers Odyssey both deal on the topic of morality and divine intervention. In both works the character Tiresias, a blind prophet, participates in the different journeys by revealing various truths to the main characters. While the main importance of Tiresias in The Odyssey is to show that truth can be helpful, his importance in Oedipus the King is to attempt to discourage Oedipus on his journey to find the truth because he knows the truth can be negative as well. T...
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  • Roman Empire Ancient Greek
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    Our lives, our mood and mind as we pass across the earth, Turn as the days turn 1 The poem Aeneid was written by Virgil as the logical continuation of the Homers poem Iliad. The Aeneid, like the Odyssey, describes the wondering's of the main heroes and their people after the defeat of Troy. Despite the intentional imitation of the Homers poetic style and form by Virgil, the main idea and the theme of the Aeneid are entirely different and new. The poems Aeneid and Odyssey reflect the difference i...
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  • Cold Mountain By Charles Frazier
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    Cold Mountain by Charles Frazier Cold Mountain takes place against the historical backdrop of the American Civil War (18611865) in which eleven states in the south of the USA broke away to form their own separate government the Confederacy. What was expected to be a short war, and an easy victory for the Union (the North), became one of the most bitter civil wars in world history. Cold Mountain is the emotional story of Inman, a young soldier, and Ada, the woman he loves. As the narrative altern...
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  • Morality And Divine Intervention
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    Morality and Divine Intervention Sophocles Oedipus the King and Homers Odyssey both deal on the topic of morality and divine intervention. In both works the character Tiresias, a blind prophet, participates in the different journeys by revealing various truths to the main characters. While the main importance of Tiresias in The Odyssey is to show that truth can be helpful, his importance in Oedipus the King is to attempt to discourage Oedipus on his journey to find the truth because he knows the...
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  • Nine Years Return Home
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    Of all the themes intertwined in The Odyssey, the one that stands out among the others is Odysseus struggle to return to Ithaca. There are many reasons why Odysseus continually fights to return home. Ithaca is his native land; his roots are there and he is homesick for the country where he grew up. He also has a son in Ithaca, Telemachus, who has grown into a man without ever knowing his father. Odysseus also longs to return and continue ruling his people as king. Odysseus strongest desire, howe...
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  • Fell In Love Returned Home
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    The Odyssey is an epic poem written in a series of 24 books. It is one of two epics written over 2500 years ago by the Western European poet, Homer. This epic joins Odysseus 10 years after the Trojan War. The story follows him as he attempts to return to his home in Ithaca where he reigns as King. I am wiser after having read this book because this story taught me about some of the social practices of the Greeks. It taught me that men were dominant and women played a submissive role in their soc...
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  • Gods And Goddesses Greeks Believed
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    Odysseus: A Hero Heroism was not an invention of the Greeks. Yet, through the first hundreds years of their civilization, the Greek literature has already given birth to highly polished and complex long epics that revolved around heroes. These literature works gave many possibilities of definition of heroism. The Greeks illustrated heroism to obey the rules laid down by the gods and goddesses, and those who obey the rules would gain honor and fame. The Greeks regarded intelligence as one of the ...
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  • Epic Of Gilgamesh Meaning Of Life
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    Stories do not need to inform us of anything. They do inform us of things. From The Epic of Gilgamesh, for example, we know something of the people who lived in the land between the Tigris and Euphrates rivers in the second and third millenniums BCE. We know they celebrated a king named Gilgamesh; we know they believed in many gods; we know they were self-conscious of their own cultivation of the natural world; and we know they were literate. These things we can fix or establish definitely. But ...
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  • Death And Rebirth Epic Hero
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    Outline I. Introduction In Homers The Odyssey the tale of a mans journey back home after long years at war is also the tale of a mans spiritual journey through his own soul. II. The beginning Odysseus leaves Troy feeling almost immortal and this pride is what leads to his downfall and second rise. III. The middle Odysseus undergoes his symbolic death and rebirth. IV. The end Odysseus has regained power over his household and has restored order to his life. V. Conclusion In Homers The Odyssey, th...
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  • Oedipus The King Sophocles Oedipus
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    Sophocles Oedipus the King and Homer s Odyssey both deal on the topic of truth. In both works the character Tiresias, a blind prophet, participates in the different journeys by revealing various truths to the main characters. While the main importance of Tiresias in The Odyssey is to show that truth can be helpful, his importance in Oedipus the King is to attempt to discourage Oedipus on his journey to find the truth because he knows the truth can be negative as well. The first thing that should...
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