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CLOSED CAPTIONS HAVE BEEN IMPLEMENTED! I know I talk really fast in this one, so hopefully the captioning should help with comprehension a little.
PART 2 - THE ODYSSEY: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A-3rH...
PART 3 - THE AENEID: http://youtu.be/QRruBVFXjnY
This one took me a while. The reason why should be pretty obvious. Enjoy your adorable murderfest.
Troy may be a good movie (though I have my doubts) but it sure as hell isn't the Iliad.
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A PLUG: Giorgio Groom, one of our fans, has written some greek-mythology-inspired books he'd like you to check out! Find "The Soldier Of Ares" and "The Legions Of Athena" here:
This is the first of twelve monthly lectures and discussions in a new series, led by Dr. Gregory B. Sadler at the historic Kingston Public Library. Each of the lectures focuses on a set of perspectives on anger, coming from ancient or medieval texts in literature, philosophy, or religion.
The series begins with an examination of understanding of anger articulated in Ancient Greek Epic and Tragedy -- particularly in Homer's Illiad, Euripides' Medea, and Sophocles Ajax. We also discuss anger more broadly, both in our own culture and in that of the Ancient Greeks, and touch on several other epic or tragic works.