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Icarus: Ovid and Rukeyser
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A 3 page paper which compares and contrasts Ovid’s version of “The Story of Daedalus and Icarus” with Muriel Rukeyser’s “Waiting for Icarus.” No additional sources cited.
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Iliad & Greek Values
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A 4 page essay that examines Greek values in the Iliad. In his epic poems, the Iliad and the Odyssey, the ancient Greek poet Homer praised numerous qualities and values. "Patriotism, heroism, loyalty, resistance to temptations, truthfulness, generosity, honesty and hospitality" are just a few of the virtues that "Homer praised and exalted" (Christian and Greek philosophy, 2003, p. 15). This examination of Homer's Iliad focuses on what this epic poem tells the modern reader concerning the importance of Greek values, specifically heroism, honor and solidarity, in Greek society. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
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Iliad, A Book Review
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A 6 page book review that summarizes and analyzes aspects of this classic epic poem. The Iliad, by the ancient Greek poet Homer, is one of the greatest poetic epics in history. This poem has held readers in thrall for millennia as there is it is a grand tale of heroic adventure. As time has past, its allure has increased due to the fact that Homer's storytelling prowess opens a window for the modern reader that reveals another time, an ancient era, with its mores, customs, traditions, beliefs and lifestyle illustrated in the lives of the Greek and Trojan heroes. In accomplishing this, the Iliad reveals a pagan world whose orientation is quite different from the Western world known to the reader. Thematic content is also discussed. No additional sources cited.
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Iliad/Helen & Paris
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A 5 page essay that analyzes the relationship between Helen and Paris. In Homer's ancient epic poem The Iliad, which depicts the Trojan War, the abduction of Helen, the wife of a Greek ruler, Menelaos, by the Trojan Paris (also known as Alexandros) is the event that causes the war. The writer argues that Paris' attraction to Helen appears to be purely on a physical basis, as Paris does not appear to care whether or not he has Helen's respect. Nor does he ever indicate that he has concern for her wants, feelings, or welfare. Likewise, Helen indicates numerous times that she does not love Paris, although their story has the element of physical attraction. No additional sources cited.
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