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- A son of Poseidon, and Lord of the Winds. He figures in the Odyssey, where Odysseus encounters him and is given a bag containing all the winds (except the one which blows toward Ithaka); Odysseus' sailors open it however, and raise a storm....
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- Persephone had no real title or position in the world of Olympian gods and goddesses.
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- Because troutmiller has already covered the encounters with the Cyclops, Aeolus, and Scylla, I shall turn to the Odysseus' encounter with the Laestrygonians, which apparently results in Odysseus' worst losses (eleven of his twelve ships are destroyed).
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- In diesem zweiten Gedicht greift Goethe seine Beschäftigung mit Homers Odyssee auf: Auf einer seiner vielen Reisen landet Odysseus auf der Insel Äolia (10. Gesang, 1-33), die nach dem dort herrschenden Gott benannt ist. Äolus ist der Gott der Winde, ...
- Reading James Joyce's Ulysses: Book 3, Episodes 16 and 17
- Episode 16 begins around 1am and immediately follows the whirlwind action of “Circe.” In Homer's Odyssey, Eumaeus is a swineherd, faithful to Odysseus. When Odysseus returns to Ithaca after his long absence, he meets with Eumaeus, who is still loyal to ...
- Gods and mythological creatures of the Odyssey in art
- While Gods like Athena are generally looking out for Odysseus's best interests, Aeolus, Poseidon, and Helios beg Zeus to punish Odysseus, but because his fate is to return home to Ithaca, many of the Gods simply make his journey more difficult.
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