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The other great Greek poem, the Odyssey, has given us the name of one of its characters for a fairly common English word.
Homer (Odyssey, v. 390) speaks of “the fair-tressed Dawn,” εὐπλόκαμος Ἠώς.
MILTON'S COMUSJOHN MILTON
The hero of The Odyssey was, self-confessedly, no tyro, but was himself “in artifice well framed and in imposture various”.
ARCHAIC ENGLANDHAROLD BAYLEY
What an Odyssey of adventures he would149 have to relate when he reached home!
LEFT ON THE LABRADORDILLON WALLACE
Yet the alleged late compiler of the Odyssey, in the seventh century, never wanders thus from the Homeric standard in taste.
The greatest chiefs, men said to be rich in gold and iron, always use swords and spears of bronze in Iliad and Odyssey.
Hesiod, quite unlike his contemporaries, the "later" poets of Iliad and Odyssey, gives to Heracles an iron helmet and sword.
This is incorrect; the Odyssey speaks of great axes habitually made of iron.
He supposes that the poet of the Odyssey borrowed the forward fall from a passage in the Iliad, where the fall is in keeping.
There is no difference of religious conception to sever the Odyssey from the later but not from the original parts of the Iliad.

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