fall2007themeandcharacter

fall2007themeandcharacter - The Iliad History Kleos Piety...

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The Iliad The Iliad History Kleos Piety “The Good Life” Culpability Divine Intervention Mortality 1 Leadership Sacrifice Anger Glory of State Fate Ancestry
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The Odyssey The Odyssey Nostos Kleos Identity Knowledge Exploration Marriage Mortality 2 The Afterlife Maturation The uknown Story-telling Guest-Host Deception Revenge
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Hymn to Demeter Hymn to Demeter Ritual Theogony Sacrifice Marriage Ritual Order of Nature Gender Trouble Fertility 3 Life Cycle Mourning
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The Histories The Histories “history” Origins Anthropology Memory Glory Inquiry and “truth” Happiness 4 religion The “other” happiness nomos Deception Prophecy hubris
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Thucydides Thucydides “truth” empire Leadership Rhetoric critique “timelessness” “greatness” 5 Pragmatism + Idealism Maturation Education Cultural Decay “corporate” history
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The Orestia The Orestia Nostos Kleos The “double-bind” Familial strife “curse” Marriage Duty 6 Justice Role of the Divine The “primal” Inheritance Innocence Revenge Law
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Oedipus Oedipus Prophecy Identity Knowledge “plague” Marriage Fate Self-punishment 7 Guilt Innocence Leadership Intelligence Caution
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This note was uploaded on 05/07/2010 for the course LITHUM huma 1001 taught by Professor Jefferson during the Fall '10 term at Columbia College.

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