has anyone read the Iliad and the odyssey

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@IrishBoy123 have you?
yes or no sorry im in a rush :(
yep, i had to translate lots of it years ago when i studied Latin if you want to know what happens, just google it. it's almost as boring as the average Shakespeare offering. it was the technicalities of translation that made it bearable. and the beauty of the Latin language, though i stress not the poetic aspect but the minimalism of the language.

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can you help me with some questions pls! :)
just google it if you need an answer. there is nothing new under the Google sun
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What does Odysseus demonstrate by not replying to Menelaus's message and pretending to be insane to avoid going to war? A. his great foolishness and continued problem with accepting his own fate B. his independent spirit and willingness to stand up to authority C. his devotion to his family and to his role as husband and father D. his cowardice in the face of great danger
i tihnk c
i now it is math that is why i posted it here because everyone is in the math section
he's always the hero. i'd go B. he was a minor king compared to menelaus
but it's a guess
oh thx well i can only get two wrong so i need to be sure
it's B or D, i'd go B
ok In the Iliad, what important theme do the images on Achilles's shield represent? A. All must do the best they can with the time they are given in life. B. No one can protect those whom the gods have cursed. C. Friendship matters more than one's anger or wounded pride. D. Faith, trust, and loyalty are qualities that can make one a legend.
i think a
am i right?
i'd go A too
thx
In the Odyssey, why does Eurycleia wash the feet of the beggar? A. She wants to impress Penelope with her kindness to the stranger. B. She thinks that perhaps the beggar is her long-lost husband, Achilles. C. The beggar threatens to hurt her if she doesn't wash his feet. D. The beggar reminds her of Odysseus, and she suspects that it is him.
i think A but im not sure
am i right?
i think the beggar is O so i would guess D otherwise A
so D or A the begger is O but she does not know that now
i think she works it out when she gets down to the job. but i am not sure if she knew beforehand or just lucked out.
ok In the Odyssey, how does Odysseus's excessive pride make it harder for him to get home? A. It prevents him from convincing the Phaeacians to bring him home. B. It leads his companions to open the bag of winds. C. It leads him to escape from Polyphemus. D. It causes him to incur the wrath of Poseidon.

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