The Odyssey / Homer ; translated by Robert Fagles ; introduction and notes by Bernard Knox Homer

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Odysseus, King of Ithaca (Mythological character); Odysseus (Greek mythology) - Poetry.; Homer.
Juvenile; Adult; Pre-adolescent; General; Primary
20 years after the Trojan war, the Gods have decided it is time for Odysseus to return to Ithaca, before his wife Penelope is forced to marry again. Angry Poseidon is seeking revenge for the murder of his son, and Odysseus has many perilous storms and treacherous landfalls ahead of him if he is to be reunited with Penelope.
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