Land of the Lotus Eaters by Robert Duncanson African American artist Robert S. Duncanson’s painting, Land of the Lotus Eaters, offers a glimpse into the
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The Fall of Troy? One of the most famous battles in all of greek mythology, The Trojan War, has an impactful history around it, being
In 2000, Homer’s Odyssey is moved on screen but in a different context: in the movie O Brother, Where Art Thou?, a modern American “Odysseus”
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Examine Homer’s “The Odyssey” in Ethan and Joel Coen’s “O Brother, Where Art Thou?” Enjoy!
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Let’s explore some ancient artwork based on The Odyssey filled with radical changes and mysteries that is sure to wow your dinner guests.
In her poetry collection entitled Meadowlands, Nobel Prize winner Louise Glück explores experiences of marriage and family life, weaving together stories of a contemporary marriage