Wining The Swine

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It is not as though the crew continuously happen upon separate problems, solve them, and move on (even though the separate occurrences may have appeared mere happenstance). Each “scene” of The Odyssey builds on each previous scene to create a patchwork pyramid of fables and myths, each individual one designed to demonstrate in part how a journey becomes an end in itself...
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Although the style and content of Homer’s lyric lends one little by way of internal knowledge of Odysseus’s intent via complex internal monologue, we are able to address his intents and motivations through a combination of external elements, namely his actions. By analyzing these external elements in cooperation with an aforementioned knowledge of themes within the epic, one can give an explanation of the scene on Circe’s island: Why does Circe transform the laymen into swine and in turn why and how does Odysseus succeed in saving them? We are given precious little information as to why Circe transforms anyone into any animal...
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