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Papers on Greek and Roman Mythology
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Homer’s Epic Poetry As History : A 5 page essay about The
Iliad and The Odyssey and the things they tell us about the
history of ancient Greece, especially where it pertains to the
morals, customs, and traditions of Homer’s time. Bibliography
lists 4 sources. Homer Paper. Homep.wps

Homer’s Odyssey / Justice : A 6 page paper on Homer’s
classic work. The paper demonstrates that the Homeric idea of
justice is very different from our own; it suggests that whereas
our sense of justice is founded upon morality, justice in
Homer’s time centered around the maintenance of the status
quo. Bibliography lists three sources besides book. Homer2.wps

Homer's Odyssey / The Maturing of Telemachus : A 6 page
paper on the character development of Odysseus’ son
Telemachus in the Odyssey. The writer argues that while
Telemachus becomes more important throughout the course of
the story, he is never quite the man that his father is. Several
quotes from the Odyssey are used to support points. No
additional sources cited. Telemac2.wps

Homer's "Odyssey" / Character Of Telemachus : A 2 page
essay analyzing Telemachus' maturity level in Homer's
"Odyssey." The writer points out how other characters still treat
Telemachus like a child-- and rightfully so, for his own
immaturity stops him from being able to do many
ask the suitors to leave. No other sources cited. Telemach.wps

Homer’s “Odyssey” / Telmachus & His Rites Of Passage
Journey :
A 5 page essay that highlights the adventure of
Telmachus, the son of Odysseus. In a bold move to protect him
mother from persistent suitors, he goes on a journey to find his
father but at the time time, winds up finding his own self.
Bibliography lists 2 sources. Ritepass.wps

Homer’s Odyssey / Hospitality : A 4 page paper on theme of
hospitality in Homer’s epic. It contrasts the hospitality shown
Telemachus by Melenaus and Odysseus by King Alkinoos and
the swineherd Eumaios with the abominable behavior of the
suitors. Oddy.wps

Homer’s Odyssey / Sacrifice : A 5 page paper analyzing the
way this theme is treated in Homer’s epic. The paper concludes
that Homer viewed sacrifice as a way to return everything to its
status quo, and as such, it was a function of duty and justice.
Bibliography lists one source besides primary book.

Odysseus as a Justifiable Hero in Homer's "Odyssey" :
A 6 page paper on the character of Odysseus, his heroic
qualities, and how his actions represent the classic struggle for
survival. The writer argues that Odysseus' actions were justifiable
under the circumstances and with respect to the era during which
his character was created by Homer. Bibliography lists 3 sources.

Homer’s “The Odyssey” / Odysseus’ Refusal To Become
Immortal :
A 5 page essay on Homer’s The Odyssey, and
particularly why Odysseus would refuse to become immortal.
The thesis posits that Odysseus chose the experience of living
life over the sterile existence of the gods. Bibliography lists 1
source. Immod.wps

Odysseus' Pain & Suffering -- Traits of an "Epic Hero" :
A 5 page essay on the importance of pain and suffering in helping
to define Odysseus as a true "epic hero." The writer covers
various instances of trouble and hardship endured by Odysseus
throughout his journey and finds that what he went through
represented but a part of the "human experience."

Homer's “Odyssey” / Concept Of An Afterlife : In 5 pages
the author discusses Homer's conception of afterlife in Odyssey,
comparing it to other views of the afterlife. Bibliography lists 2
additional sources. Homelife.wps

Role of Women in The Odyssey : 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. Odysswin.wps

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