The Odyssey: A Modern Sequel

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Twenty-four book sequel to the Homeric poem that continues the story of Odysseus from his return to Greece to his death.

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Review: The Odyssey: A Modern Sequel

User Review  - Adam Geisler - Goodreads

Epic indeed. This tome picks up right where Homer left off. Kazantzakis takes his borrowed protagonist on new adventures with fresh companions and challenges. As a translated poem, some of the rhythm and meter probably get distorted, but it still mirrors its predecessor in ambition and breadth. Read full review

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User Review  - John Yiannoudis - Goodreads

Of course not a book to read sequentially.... but an excellent piece of art, a huge impressive stone in the heart of Greek contemporary poetry and of course a beauty in terms of all the new words created and used by great Kazantzakis. Read full review

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