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  • The Ethics of Revenge and the Meanings of the Odyssey
  • Alexander C. Loney
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  • 15 July 2020
  • 9780190909697

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The Ethics of Revenge and the Meanings of the Odyssey Review ↠ 6 To another as the offender in one story becomes a victim to be avenged in the next As a result Odysseus turns out to be a much ambivalent hero than has been commonly accepted And in the Odyssey's portrayal revenge is an unstable foundation for a community Revenge also ends up being a tenuous narrative structure for an epic poem as a natural end to cycles of vengeance proves elusive This book offers a radical new reading of the seemingly happy ending of the poe.

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The Ethics of Revenge and the Meanings of the Odyssey Review ↠ 6 Reatest achievementThis book offers a careful analysis of several other revenge plots in the Odyssey those of Orestes Poseidon Zeus and the suitors' relatives It shows how these revenge stories color one another with allusions explicit and implicit that connect them and invite audiences to interpret them in light of one another These stories especially Odysseus' revenge upon the suitors inevitably turn out to have multiple meanings One plot of revenge slips in.

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The Ethics of Revenge and the Meanings of the Odyssey Review ↠ 6 This book is the first in depth examination of revenge in the Odyssey The principal revenge plot of the Odyssey Odysseus' surprise return to Ithaca after twenty away and his vengeance on Penelope's suitors is the act for which he is most celebrated This story forms the backbone of the Odyssey But is Odysseus' triumph over the suitors as univocally celebratory as is often assumed Does the poem contain and even suggest other darker interpretations of Odysseus' g. Todo Makoki univocally celebratory as is often assumed Does the poem contain and even suggest other darker interpretations of Odysseus' g.