Homer : the Odyssey : a prose translation /

This is a complete translation into contemporary English of the ancient Greek epic by Homer. The translation by Charles Underwood is presented in prose to emphasize the distinctive narrative qualities that illustrate Homer's mastery of stirring language and evocative storytelling.

Bibliographic Details
Main Author: Homer (Author)
Other Authors: Underwood, Charles, 1948- (Translator)
Format: Book
Language:English
Published: Lanham, Maryland : Hamilton Books, [2023].
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505 0 |a Book I. Uninvited guests -- Book II. Disorder in the court -- Book III. The old horseman -- Book IV. The thread of fortune -- Book V. The island -- Book VI. Nausikaa -- Book VII. The Phaiakians -- Book VIII. Telling moments -- Book IX. The wandering eye -- Book X. Kirke -- Book XI. Shadows -- Book XII. Hazards -- Book XIII. Ithaka -- Book XIV. The keeper of pigs -- Book XV. Telemakhos returns -- Book XVI. Plans -- Book XVII. Stranger in the house -- Book XVIII. Almost home -- Book XIX. Face to face -- Book XX: Hard words -- Book XXI. The contest -- Book XXII. Slaughterhouse -- Book XXIII. Give and take -- Book XXIV. Ends and means. 
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650 0 |a Homecoming  |v Fiction. 
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