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Papers on Greek and Roman Mythology
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Book XXV / Odysseus’ Next Journey : A 4 page creative
writing assignment based on Homer’s Odyssey. The poem is an
extension of the Odyssey written in iambic pentameter,
depicting the further journeys of Odysseus which Teiresias the
Seer commanded him to make after his return to Ithaka.

A Comparison of Heroes in Homer's Iliad : A 4 page
comparison of the classic heroes Hektor and Achilles as
presented by Homer in "The Iliad." It is proposed that while
Achilles transcends the politics of his day and fights for his own
cause, Hektor's tragedy is actually synonymous with the tragedy
of Troy itself. No Bibliography. Iliadcom.wps

Homer’s “The Odyssey” & Shakespeare’s “Julius Caesar”
Analyzed : This 5 page research paper compares and contrasts
Homer’s epic Greek poem, “The Odyssey,” with William
Shakespeare’s tragic play, “Julius Caesar.” Bibliography lists 5
sources. Odyjul.wps

A Comparison of Odysseus & Achilles : In 5 pages the author
compares the heroes in the "Odyssey" and the "Iliad." Homer's
"Iliad" and his "Odyssey" are both epic Greek poems. The
hero in Homer's "Odyssey" was Odysseus, and the hero in
Homer's "Iliad" was Achilles. Both poems were written by
Homer, and many similarities as well as differences are seen
between the two heroes. Although similar, those men were not
carbon copies of each other, for they did have different
characters. They were heroes first and foremost. Odyach.wps

Homer’s “The Odyssey” / Odysseus’ Journey Home : A 5
page paper which examines Homer’s epic poem, “The
Odyssey,” and lays blame of Odysseus’ delayed return to his
home in Ithaca on Odysseus himself because he became
involved in other people’s wars, his pride often got him into
trouble, he incurred the wrath of several gods, and lusted after
goddesses. No additional sources cited. Odsy1.wps

Penelope & Scheherazade / Playing for Time : 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.

Visions of the Underworld in the Odyssey, Gilgamesh, &
The Inferno :
A 2 page look at the differences in conception
of the underworld between these three works. The paper notes
that Dante’s is the only one of the three works in which the
Underworld is clearly punitive; in the Odyssey, it was simply
sad, and in Gilgamesh, empty. No additional sources cited.

The Theme of the Quest in Homer & Dante : A 5 page
exploration of this theme in Homer’s Odyssey and Dante’s
Inferno. The paper asserts that the underlying precept behind
both these stories is that the seeker in all of us has to wander
forth from his or her home and expand his or her horizons in
order to grow and mature. Bibliography lists 3 sources.

Book XXIV Of "The Iliad" : Honor is at stake and for honor
men will die. This 5 page critical review of the classic story of
the battle of Troy introduces the idea that there are three threads
of interest in the Iliad. The first is the war between the Achaeans
and Trojans. This is the setting and the motivation for action.
The second is the code of Honor that prevails for both sides.
The issues of courage, the sanctity of marriage and friendship
and the honor given to those who live the code. The third is the
subplot being lived out by the Gods and Goddesses. All of these
elements serve to give the reader an understanding of the
motives and behaviors that rule the souls of men. The paper
examines the final chapter in relation to the development of
these concepts. No additional sources cited. Xxiv.wps

Homer’s “Iliad” / Power of the Gods : A 5 page paper
examining the degree of influence gods were considered to have
over mortals in Homeric culture. The paper concludes that the
Greeks believed that people really do not have much control
over their own destinies at all, and thus transferred this control
onto the gods. Bibliography lists one source. Godshom.wps

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