16_Returns and Odyssey

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The Returns and the Odyssey
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The Returns and the Odyssey I. THE RETURNS (Nostoi)
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I. THE RETURNS A) Agamemnon 1. Ajax the Lesser
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I. THE RETURNS A) Agamemnon 1. Ajax the Lesser 2. Palamedes’ father
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I. THE RETURNS A) Agamemnon B) Menelaus
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I. THE RETURNS A) Agamemnon B) Menelaus C) Diomedes (Cf. Idomeneus, Philoctetes)
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I. THE RETURNS A) Agamemnon B) Menelaus C) Diomedes D) Neoptolemus
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The Returns and the Odyssey I. THE RETURNS II. THE ODYSSEY
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The Returns and the Odyssey I. THE RETURNS II. THE ODYSSEY A) Theme: the struggle of Odysseus to regain his home
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Muse, speak to me now of that resourceful man who wandered far and wide after ravaging the sacred citadel of Troy. He came to see many people’s cities, where he learned their customs, while on the sea his spirit suffered many torments , as he fought to save his life and lead his comrades home .
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I. THE RETURNS II. THE ODYSSEY B) Narrative Structure 1. Telemacheia (Books 1-4) 3. Narration of Adventures (Books 9-12) 4. Back on Ithaca (Books 13-24)
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I. THE RETURNS II. THE ODYSSEY A) Theme B) Narrative Structure C) Story
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C) Story 1. Lotus Eaters
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C) Story 1. Lotus Eaters 2. Polyphemus the Cyclops
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C) Story 1. Lotus Eaters 2. Polyphemus the Cyclops 3. Island of Aeolus
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C) Story 1. Lotus Eaters 2. Polyphemus the Cyclops 3. Island of Aeolus 4. Laestrygonians
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C) Story 1. Lotus Eaters 2. Polyphemus the Cyclops 3. Island of Aeolus 4. Laestrygonians 5. Circe
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