Dragonflies

Dragonflies

Book - 2008
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After ten years the Trojan War is at a deadlock. Both sides are exhausted, and Odysseus, cleverest of men, wants more than anything to return to Ithaka and his wife and son and orange grove. He aches for home, but not without a certain fear that he will return a stranger to the son he hasn't seen in ten years. When Agamemnon, King of the Greeks, asks Odysseus to devise a scheme to settle the conflict once and for all, Odysseus comes up with the idea of the great horse. No Trojan, he thinks, can resist a magnificent horse. Yet many think the idea mad. The comic and iconoclastic Odysseus will have more than his ingenuity tested before he can set sail for home. This deeply imagined and exquisitely written novel details the last days of the Trojan War. Told from Odysseus' perspective, it fleshes out the myth and mystery of one of the greatest stories in the Western canon.
Publisher: Emeryville, Ont. : Biblioasis, c2008.
Edition: 1st ed.
ISBN: 9781897231470
1897231474
Characteristics: 165 p. ; 22 cm.

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katrina314159 Nov 14, 2009

This was a really quick read, and a very interesting take on Homer's Oddysey.

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