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Homer's Odyssey & Virgil's 'Aeneid' # 3
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4 page essay discussing the actions of Odysseus in 'The Odyssey' and briefly mentioning those of Aeneas in 'The Aeneid.' Stressed is whether or not their behaviors were 'necessary' and 'acceptable' with regard to their respective situations.
Filename: Aensods3.wps

Homer’s “The Illiad” and Revenge
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This 6 page report discusses the ancient classic “The Illiad” and focuses on the issues of revenge presented by Homer. The epic's importance, especially in “The Illiad,” lies in the fact that it advocates a certain level of consideration regarding the requirements of human interaction. Revenge is not for sale in “The Illiad” and its pursuit is not entered into without a great deal of consideration. No sources other than “The Illiad” listed in bibliography.
Filename: BWilliad.rtf

Identity and Quest in Homer’s “Odyssey”
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A five page paper looking at this classic work in terms of the way its emphasis on identity and recognition helps drive the plot forward. The paper notes the way both Odysseus and Telemakhos continually re-define themselves throughout the story. No additional sources.
Filename: KBhomer4.wps

Odysseus and Aeneas Compared
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A 5 page paper contrasting Homer’s Odysseus (from the Odyssey) with Virgil’s Aeneas (from the Aeneid). The paper concludes that the traits each author considered admirable are very much dependent on the culture which defined them. No additional sources.
Filename: KBhomer2.wps

Penelope & Scheherazade / Playing for Time
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A 2 page look at the delaying strategies these heroines use in order to stall what otherwise seems like an inevitable fate. Homer's Odyssey and the anonymous Arabic tale The Thousand and One Nights are referred to but not cited. No additional sources cited.
Filename: Playtime.wps

Role of Women in The Odyssey
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A 3 page look at the portrayal of women in Homer's 'Odyssey.' Mostly focused upon is Penelope -- who, although strong-willed in resisting the suitors was still ultimately powerless when it came to getting rid of all the men who daunted her. She is stereotypically depicted as a woman whose main answer to her troubles is to sit for a year and sew--waiting to see if her husband returns. Bibliography lists 1 supporting sources.
Filename: Odysswin.doc

Symbolism in 'The Iliad' Analyzed
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A 7 page paper (+ 1 pg. Roman numeral outline) which discusses how Homer used symbolism to underscore the classical themes of heroism, romanticism and patriotism in his epic poem, 'The Iliad.' Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: Iliadsym.wps

The Role of Women in Homer’s Odyssey and Iliad
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A six page paper analyzing the way the roles of women in Homeric society are depicted in Homer’s epics. The paper concludes that Homer echoes his culture’s conception of women as being either helpers of men or hindrances to them, but essentially insubstantial in their own right. No additional sources.
Filename: KBhomer.wps


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