The effort of the Homeric hero to return home has now become a global symbol. Suffice it to recall the Scylla and Charybdis, and so many other terrible difficulties encountered by Odysseus on his journey back to Ithaca to regain his wife and make his kingdom his own again. In this grand epic of Homer, the pride of Greek literature, has been translated into all the languages of the world and taught in all the schools of the world.
200 pages. Paperback.