The Odyssey vs. Enkidu's Dream

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History

 

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Mavis S

 

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December 2, 2010

 

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University

 

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Beyond relaying a fantastic journey, featuring a glorified hero who embodies to perfection Greek ideals, Homer uses the epic books of The Odyssey to explore all the nuances of Greek culture. Each part of The Odyssey possesses a purpose beyond detailing popular mythology. Book Eleven's Underworld becomes the culmination of all the values and ideals that Homer touches on in prior books...
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Book Eleven's Underworld becomes the culmination of all the values and ideals that Homer touches on in prior books. Homer uses the underworld as a catchall to reinforce societal protocol and religion among other things. Specifically, by focusing on the scenery of the Underworld and its occupants, Homer reveals and reinforces the role of religion in society ? especially in conjunction with fate and the idea of death and rebirth...
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