The Odyssey Quotes by Homer
A Long and Difficult Journey, or The Odyssey: Crash Course Literature 201
Quotes From The Odyssey
Quote 1: "'My word, how mortals take the gods to task! All their afflictions come from us, we hear. And what of their own failings? Greed and folly double the suffering in the lot of man. See how Aigisthos, for his double portion, stole Agamemnon's wife and killed the soldier on his homecoming day. And yet Aigisthos knew what doom lay in this. Quote 2: "what if his great father came from the unknown world and rove these men like dead leaves through the place?
Important Quotations Explained
Click the character infographic to download. Odysseus is brave, strong, handsome, wily, loyal, pious—and did we mention handsome? He's basically begging for a "hey girl" meme. I may have spent seven years with a goddess, but you still look divine to me. So, what makes this paragon of perfection so darn perfect? First, he's a hard worker.
All rights reserved. The Odyssey Quotes See more famous quotes from literature. Fate and Free Will Quotes. Zeus : 'Oh for shame, how the mortals put the blame on us gods, for they say evils come from us, but it is they, rather, who by their own recklessness win sorrow beyond what is given […]. Nor do we care for any prophecy, which you, old sir, may tell us, which will not hap Telemachos: '[…] fear also the gods' anger, lest they, astonished by evil actions, turn against you. I supplicate you, by Zeus the Olympian and by Themis who breaks up the assemblies of men and