ANCH026_Lecture03

Odyssey 91 10 then odysseus of many wiles answered him

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Unformatted text preview: re laden with bread and meat, and the cup-bearer draws wine from the bowl and bears it round and pours it into the cups.” Odyssey 9.1-10 Then Odysseus, of many wiles, answered him, and said: “Lord Alcinous, renowned above all men, verily this is a good thing, to listen to a minstrel such as this man is, like unto the gods in voice. For myself I declare that there is no greater fulfillment of delight than when joy possesses a whole people, and banqueters in the halls listen to a minstrel as they sit in order due, and by them tabl...
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