The Great Myths #17: A Sacrifice for the Feast (Greek)

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  1. I’ve just recently read this section; and it mirrors in so many ways Book 13 where Odysseus goes to the palace of King Alkinoos in Book VII after leaving Kalypso. Interesting the comparison. Sometimes the exact phrases as in slaughtering the cow etc. and the feast.

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