Odysseus - Judy Councell Ancient and Modern History...

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Judy Councell Ancient and Modern History September 4th, 2007 Letter to Odysseus Dear Odysseus, Of my inexcusable lack of confidence in your return, I can only wish mockingly that this paper will reach the hands of a father so courageous, yet so honestly gone. My thoughts cannot help but believe this, the sight of you having been taken away from my very eyes that so shamefully now face downward. My heart however, yearns weakly but persistently for your return. A return that will bring vitality and righteousness back to the souls of men, for father. ..father you cannot fathom the grief I, son of Odysseus, feel daily. It is the duty of a son, no doubt, to uphold the characteristics becoming of his father. I am a sad example unfortunately, and because my heart believes so strongly of your disappearance, I feel as little shame as possible in telling you of life here at home. Upon hearing of your absence, suitors from near and far have traveled to your god-like home in hopes of obtaining the hand of your fair Penelope. She is withstanding
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