Adegi Graphics LLC, 2000 - 345 pages
The most popular epic of Western culture springs to life in Allen Mandelbaum's magnificent translation. Homer's masterpiece tells the story of Odysseus, the ideal Greek hero, as he travels home to Ithaca after the Trojan War?a journey of ten years and countless thrilling adventures. Rich in Greek folklore and myth, featuring gods and goddesses, monsters and sorceresses, "The Odyssey" has enchanted listeners around the world for thousands of years. Mandelbaum's robust, romantic, lyrical translation has an openness and immediacy unsurpassed by any other. Read aloud, it is a wonderful way to experience this enduring classic.
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Review: The OdysseyUser Review - Fredrick Danysh - Goodreads
After fighting for nine long years, the ancient Greek hero begins his voyage home. Along the way he encounters many obstacles and adventures. This classic used to be required reading in high school literature classes. It is throughly packed with action. Read full review
Review: The OdysseyUser Review - Roya - Goodreads
Except for the whole misogyny thing and OH-I'm-super-powerful-so-I-get-to-be-rude-to-my-mom thing .... OH I JUST LOVED LOVED LOVED IT. Especially the stock phrases: "Dawn with her rose-red fingers ... Read full review