homer Essay Examples

You need
exclusive work here

1064 total results

The Conflict between Men and Gods in The Odyssey, an Epic Poem by Homer (559 words, 2 pages)
This is a story about a man who was never at a loss. (Rouse, 3) The Odyssey is a story known by many, but what about the people who have not had the chance to read or hear about the gods. The gods are what keep this story interesting. Odysseus ... Read More
Hercules as the Quintessential Homeric Hero (549 words, 2 pages)
When you think of a Homeric hero what types of characteristics would youconsider? Would you say that they are a person of lifetime goals, aperson who strives for excellence, or a complex person? I think thatHercules was a great hero. He had super-human strength, was married to aprincess, and died ... Read More
An Analysis of the Poem The Odyssey by Homer (519 words, 1 pages)
The Odyssey, written by Homer, was one of the best epics ever written in Greek. This poem that have twelve thousand one hundred and ten lines, main hero was Odysseus. He and the Ithacan went on a journey home from defeating Troy. But therewere many detours that held him back ... Read More
An Analysis of Winslow Homer's Painting Boys in a Pasture (535 words, 2 pages)
In Winslow Homer's, Boys in a Pasture'', one of his oil paintings,that he painted in 1874. People who saw these paintings called them theBarefoot Boys. This image, depicts young county boys of the time,carefree and enjoying their childhood. Homer may have painted this workfor many reasons. These two country boys ... Read More
Theme Exploaitation in Oedipus the King and Homer's The Lliad (967 words, 2 pages)
Superman is considered to be one of the greatest heroes ofall time. A hero is admired for their bravery. HomersTheIliadand SophoclesOedipus the Kinghave great examples of threedifferent types of heroes. Achilles the great warrior is alwaysgoing to be remembered, Hector the noble king who riskedeverything, and Oedipus the man who ... Read More
A Review of The Odyssey by Homer (261 words, 1 pages)
The Odessey is a tale that has changed literature and storytelling. In this tale Odysseus is a Soldier from the battle of Troy trying to get home to his island of Ithaca, where he is king. His wife and son must wait ten years while he is trying to make ... Read More
My First Homerun in English Class (652 words, 2 pages)
Personal narrative? Really? What a joke. I put my head into my arms and lay in my desk, completely ignoring the teachers instructions. My interest level for writing this paper seemed diminutive. She rambled on and on, and I was not paying attention at all. Another paper to write, another ... Read More
A Review of Odysseus by Homer and O Brother Where Art Thou by Joel Coen (332 words, 1 pages)
In the Odyssey by Homer, the story revolves around Odysseus's journey home to Ithaca, and triumph over the wretched suitors courting his wife, while in O Brother Where Art Thou directed by Joel Coen and Ethan Coen, Ulysses also journeys home to stop his wife from remarrying while running from ... Read More
A Comparison of Homer and Hesiod (762 words, 4 pages)
Introduction and ThesisHomer and Hesiod are chosen for the discussion. It is being identifiedupon that two of these are known to be very much prominent for their artwork. In the paper, the two of these poets would be compared. The aim isto form acquaintance with the scholarly work of these ... Read More
The Concept of Loyalty as Represented in Homer's Epic Poem Odyssey (1190 words, 4 pages)
In the Odyssey, written by Homer, translated by Allen Mandelbaum, loyalty is one of the main moral lessons taught throughout the book. In Greek society loyalty is very important because it helps to hold alliances together and in turn protect and help people in times of need. Loyalty is one ... Read More
The Dominance of Men in The Odyssey by Homer (894 words, 1 pages)
A comparision between Odyssey, Beowolf, Knight in the Cart, Introduction a bit rough The Odyssey is the product of a society in which the dominant role was played by men. In ancient Greece, just as in the whole of the ancient world, and in America and Western Europe until the ... Read More
The Portrayal of Achilles in the Iliad by Homer (1119 words, 2 pages)
From beginning to end of Homer's The Iliad, Achilles is portrayed as a man stagnant in his ways. He is arrogant, impatient, unforgiving, vengeful, and extremely stubborn, and these awful attributes never cease. Achilles' lack of compassion perplexes the present situation involving the Achaens and the Trojans by making it ... Read More
The Character of the Epic Hero, Odysseus in Homer's The Odyssey (346 words, 1 pages)
An epic hero is one who does not act irrationally and contemplates his actions and their implications. Odysseus, of Homer's The Odyssey, is an appropriate epic hero because he embodies the values of bravery, intelligence, astuteness, and competency. Numerous examples are found throughout The Odyssey. Such illustrations include Odysseus' conflict ... Read More
A Character Study of Homer Simpsons (294 words, 1 pages)
Character Study of Homer Simpson This essay is about the character Homer Simpson out of the cartoon show The Simpsons. In the episode of The Simpsons we studied, Homer played a big part. The episode we watched was called Bart the Genius. Homer and Bart have a very funny relationship, ... Read More
Differences and Similarities of the Main Characters of Russell Banks's Continental Drift and Homer's Odyssey (2987 words, 4 pages)
On the surface, Continental Drift and The Oddyssey are very different. The two protagonists, Bob Dubois and Odysseus, are as unalike as two men can be. Bob is an average man with an average life. He works for one man so that he can pay bills to others, trying to ... Read More
A Discussion on Human Nature in Homer's Odyssey and Charlotte Bronte's Jane Eyre (407 words, 1 pages)
Critical Lens When writers write from a place of insight and real caring about the truth, they have the ability to throw the lights on for the reader." In other words the critical lens shoes that the writer who cares about the truth and has a deep understanding of the ... Read More
Human Characteristics of Gods in Homer's Epic (318 words, 1 pages)
After Diomedes wounds Ares, Ares immediately flies to mount Olympus to complain to Zeus. Zeus original reaction (5.1027-1030) is to compare Ares to his mother Hera. Zeus shows his anger towards Ares vividly and also lends to his compassion as his father. Zeus is torn here we can see his ... Read More
An Analysis of Odyssey by Homer (1104 words, 2 pages)
The Greeks show in many ways how women are important to them. The Odyssey written by Homer contains many woman characters in different situations that will test their abilities and senses. Homer shows that women are looked upon as being loyal, caring, and capable of giving and needing love through ... Read More
Achilles as a Godlike Hero in Homer's Iliad (693 words, 1 pages)
Robert Fitzgerald translated The Iliad, composed orally by Homer three thousand years ago. In this book the idea of "honor" was considered significant to the ancient Greeks and the Trojan. It meant the values attributed to a person by his clan and society. The quest for honor and the anxiety ... Read More
A Paper on the Character of Homer's Odyssey (371 words, 1 pages)
In the Odyssey, Homer created the character Odysseus. There are many sides to his personality. The book shows Odysseus as a family man. It shows him as a compassionate man. He also makes mistakes and has weaknesses. In the Odyssey, Odysseus shows his love for his family. He surmounts many ... Read More
A Comparison of Homer's Odyssey and Goethe's Sorrows of Young Werther (2463 words, 3 pages)
In Goethe's Sorrows of Young Werther, Werther compares himself with the suitors from Homer's Odyssey. At first his comparison seems only to be an ironic parallel. Like other instances where Werther is over-dramatic and silly in his grand metaphors, it is natural to laugh at the comparison, take little notice, ... Read More
An Analysis on How Odysseus Is Portrayed as a Well-Balanced Individual In "The Odyssey" by Homer (915 words, 2 pages)
The Odyssey is an epic poem written by the ancient Greek poet Homer. It is a classic story that focuses on the main character Odysseus and his journey home to Ithaca after the end of the Trojan War. In The Odyssey, Homer portrays Odysseus as a well-balanced individual. In Homers ... Read More
A Paper on Various Aspects of Ancient Greeks in Homer's Epic The Odyssey (1642 words, 2 pages)
In Homers epic, The Odyssey, various aspects of the ancient Greeks are revealed through the actions, characters, plot, and wording. Homer uses his skill as a playwright, poet, and philosopher to inform the audience of the history, prides, and achievements of the ancient Greeks, and, also, to tell of the ... Read More
A Paper on Homer's Fighters Patroklos and Hektor (497 words, 1 pages)
Patroklos and Hektor Tragedy ..TITLE Patroklos and Hektor are victims of war and internal, delusional passion. Their deaths are intertwined, as they are both the causualties of Achilles lack of spirit or internal death. The deaths of these two men help to illistrate Homers outlook on war. These two men ... Read More
Comparison between the Characters of the Protagonists in Odyssey by Homer and Ulysses by Lord Alfred Tennyson (1690 words, 2 pages)
Although Ulysses and Odysseus share similar traits, Homer would not agree with Tennyson's portrayal of Odysseus in the poem "Ulysses". Whereas Odysseus wishes to complete his journey and find relief, Ulysses seeks to continue on a never-ending one. Homer's Odyssey and Tennyson's "Ulysses" have different desires and their desires lead ... Read More
Comparison between the Adventures of Huckleberry Fin, Novel by Mark Twain and Odyssey, Ancient Greek Epic Poem by Homer (1742 words, 2 pages)
In The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, by Mark Twain, Huck considers himself to be an ignorant fool, and an over all bad person that should be looked down upon. However, through out his story, without ever realizing it, Huck manages to live through many incredible advetures, and commit unselfish acts ... Read More
A Research Report on the Homeric Poems (1072 words, 2 pages)
2 12 page research report. Very good. The Homeric Poems Oral or Written Tradition Homer. A name synonomous with Greek literature and poetry. Some call him the most famous and greatest poet of the Greek society. Known for his 'masterpieces' of western literature the Iliad and the Odyssey, Homer's poems ... Read More
Descriptions of Soldier Going to Battle in Homer's Iliad (965 words, 2 pages)
The Iliad Good examples of the Homeric arming scene are those with Paris, Agamemnon, Patrklos, and Achilles. These scenes involved detailed accounts of each individual soldier suiting up for battle. Of the four extended descriptions that occur in the Iliad, the first, of Paris, is ten lines long Agamemnon takes ... Read More
Question and Answer Sheet To "The Odyssey" by Homer (656 words, 4 pages)
Answer Sheet THE ODYSSEY 1) Whos having the baby? Queen Penelope is having the baby. 2)Who is the first man to hold baby Telemachus? Odysseus 3)Who does Odesseus pray to for help? Ahthena 4)What does Odysseus make Penelope promise before he leaves? That she will select another husband after their ... Read More
An Analysis on Odysseus' Test for Penelope In "The Odyssey" by Homer (792 words, 1 pages)
Gentle waves lap against the Ithacian shore line as Odysseus has finally reached his native homeland. Rumors of the great turmoil that has rocked Odysseus home land and house has reached him abroad. After hearing the news, he decides to don a beggars disguise and so forth begins the great ... Read More
Please use Discount code:
Use now
It's a lifetime discount time!
15% off
Save this discount code: