The Odyssey is one of the great works of ancient Western literature, written eight centuries before the birth of Christ and four centuries after the fall of Troy.
Generations of classicists have pored over the many lines of Homer's epic description of the long journey taken by the hero Odysseus to his home island of Ithaca.
The poems are in Homeric Greek, also known as Epic Greek, a literary language which shows a mixture of features of the Ionic and Aeolic dialects from different centuries; the predominant influence is Eastern Ionic.
Today only the Iliad and Odyssey are associated with the name 'Homer'.
They don’t know they’ve got a clitoris, a “G-Spot”, and a “Deep-Spot”, and they sure as Hell never had a man try to find any of those little wonders of nature.
Let’s dispense with this shameful subject now – – Old Lady Freebies are worse than bar girls.
, Hómēros) is the name ascribed by the ancient Greeks to the legendary author of the Iliad and the Odyssey, two epic poems which are the central works of ancient Greek literature.