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The Odyssey (Illustrated)
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Synopsis Product Details About the Author Delivery Tell me, O muse, of that ingenious hero who traveled far and wide after he had sacked the famous town of Troy So starts Homer's The Odyssey, the classic account of the Greek hero Odysseus and his ten-year journey home, following the glories and horrors of the Trojan War as recounted in The Illiad. In this prose retelling of Homer's epic poem, we follow Homer and his shipmates as they weather one danger after another, from the sorceress Circe to the one-eyed Cyclops, and the six-headed monster Scylla.
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The fun begins. Add a Review. The Illustrated Odyssey by Homer. Ask them to describe what they think he looks like. A big, scary monster with one eye. Read the story of Odysseus, as he and his men get trapped in the cave of the man-eating, one-eyed Cyclops from The Odyssey by Homer [Greek, life dates unknown], Book IX, lines — View the excerpt on the Poetry in Translation Web site. Form groups of four students apiece.
Ask each group to discuss its favorite scene in the story and each student to select a different role to play in the scene. Have group members discuss which facial expression and pose would best communicate what each character is thinking and doing in the scene.
Finally, have each group discuss how it will freeze-frame that scene. Have each group present its freeze-frame in front of the class, and have the rest of the class speculate as to what scene from the story the group is performing. Inform students that just as they could only show one scene of the story from The Odyssey , artists can usually only illustrate one scene that encapsulates a moment from a story.
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Why do you think the artist showed him this way? How do they help tell the story? Inform students that The Odyssey was a Greek epic poem written down almost three thousand years ago around the eighth century B. Tell students that this artwork is from a different country, Italy, from the seventh century B. Ask students to discuss with a partner how he or she thinks the story traveled so far, so fast.
Remind students that travel in the ancient world was both difficult and dangerous. Ask student pairs to volunteer to share their responses. Provide paper and pencils to students and ask them to write a narrative about what they think is going to happen next in the story. Use the following prompt: "Now that Polyphemos has been blinded, how are Odysseus and his men going to escape the cave? Have a class discussion about how the artist chose to illustrate the next part of the story.
Odysseus looks awkward; he is holding his body close to the underside of the ram, but his head is turned backwards. Lead a discussion about the main character, Odysseus.