Presentation Summary : Homer’s Odyssey Goals / Essential Questions Goals: Understand the narrative. Window into the age See themes, next slide How – and why - did the epic survive some ...
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Presentation Summary : Introduction to Narrative Poetry: The Odyssey Ms. Woodhouse (This power point is a mixture of an online power point.) (10) Scylla and Charybdis: Next they met two ...
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Presentation Summary : Homer’s The Odyssey Background Notes Who is Homer? No, not Homer Simpson… Homer did not compose each epic all at once: he told them in a series of short episodes ...
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Presentation Summary : The Odyssey Written By Homer The Odyssey, an introduction English notes The world’s most famous poems Iliad and Odyssey by Homer were composed between 900 and 700 B.C.
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Presentation Summary : Title: PowerPoint Presentation Author: AACPS Last modified by: AACPS Created Date: 7/26/2002 1:50:37 PM Document presentation format: On-screen Show
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Presentation Summary : Homer and the Origins of Literature Who was Homer and why and how did his poems get written down? 5 Key Points of Lecture Who Was Homer? What is the Homeric Question?
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Presentation Summary : The Odyssey Global Introductions/ Journal Topics Journey’s Obstacles Write a paragraph that tells of a journey you have taken or imagined. Describe something ...
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Presentation Summary : Homer’s The Odyssey Background Notes Who is Homer? No, not Homer Simpson… An Ancient blind poet The “bard” who composed the Iliad and the Odyssey between 900 ...
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Presentation Summary : Odyssey by Homer Translated by Robert Fitzgerald Turn to page 1041 What is an epic? What is an Epic Hero? (You need the definition in your composition book) Can you ...
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Presentation Summary : Intro to the Odyssey. 2. Homer’s importance. 3. 3,000 yrs ago in Greece. ... Give 2 examples from the Odyssey where Odysseus’ hubris cost him greatly.
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Presentation Summary : Homer’s Odyssey. The epic poem that details the 10 year adventure home to Ithaca- after winning the 10 year war against Troy and the Trojans.
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Presentation Summary : The Odyssey Homer Homer 800 BC Was blind Was a minstrel/rhapsode (a traveling singer of tales) Rhapsodes were Entertainers Mythmakers Historians Homer Created The ...
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Presentation Summary : The Odyssey What is it besides being a Rollicking Great Story? The Odyssey’s Construction The Odyssey begins in medias res, meaning that the action begins in the ...
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Presentation Summary : The Odyssey What is an Epic? A long narrative poem about a legendary hero who represents the cultural values of a nation. formal and dignified tone.
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Presentation Summary : What makes a hero? Write a response. HOMER DO NOW DISCUSSION WHAT MAKES A HERO? What is an odyssey? a long wandering and eventful journey HOMER All we know about the ...
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Presentation Summary : from the Odyssey, Part One by Homer translated by Robert Fitzgerald Feature Menu Introducing the Selection Literary Focus: Epic Heroes and Conflict
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