Monthly Archives: October 2010

The Odyssey: Book 1 lines 337-344

This passage entails Penelope‘s rebuke of her herald Phemius who is acting as a bard to the suitors in her house. Notably, before we the audience actually see Penelope herself, we hear her words. Here as ever throughout the Odyssey, … Continue reading

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The Odyssey: Book 1 lines 328-336

N.B.: I’ve been doing a three-week training course which barely leaves me time to eat and sleep apart from work. So, I’ve not been blogging as much as I’d like lately. There’s another week to go in the course, although … Continue reading

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