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Goddess of song, teach me the story of a hero… / L’Odissea de Walter Shewring

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GODDESS of song, teach me the story of a hero.

…..This was the man of wide-ranging spirit who had sacked the sacred town of Troy and who wandered afterwards long and far. Many were those whose cities he viewed and whose minds he came to know, many the troubles that vexed his heart as he sailed the seas, laboring to save himself and to bring his comrades home. But his comrades he could not keep from ruin, strive as he might; they perished instead by their own presumptuousness. Fools, they devoured the cattle of Hyperion, and he, the sun-god, cut off from them the day of their homecoming.

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Odyssey, I, 1-10

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Translated by Walter Shewring

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Homer

The Odyssey

Translated by Walter Shewring with an epilogue on translation.

With an introduction by G.S. Kirk

Oxford University Press. New York, 1980

ISBN: 9780199536788

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