You terrible man cray ingenious never 8red of twists

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Unformatted text preview: eus’ Special Quali8es - - Their special rela8onship - - Game- plan •  Compare Disguise/Decep8on subplot with Iliadic approach 13.329- 39 (Athena) ‘ Any man – any god who met you – would have to be some champion lying cheat to get past you for all- around cra` and guile! You terrible man, cra`y, ingenious, never 8red of twists and tricks – so, not even here, on na8ve soil, would you give up those wily tales that warm the cockles of your heart! Come, enough…we’re both old hands at the arts of intrigue. Here among mortal men you’re by far the best at tac8cs, spinning yarns, and I am famous among the gods for wisdom, cunning wiles, too…’ Odysseus Reclaims Iden8ty •  From periphery to house to olive bed: - - Od...
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This note was uploaded on 02/15/2014 for the course GB 191 taught by Professor Sells during the Winter '12 term at University of Michigan.

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