Odysseys [noun]

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Sentence/Example of Odysseys:

I called him, and begged he would relate to me the Odyssey of his terrible night.

What an Odyssey of adventures he would149 have to relate when he reached home!

The Odyssey is the story of his home-coming, his recovery of his own.

The greatest scenes of the Iliad and the Odyssey have little to do with myth.

The Iliad and Odyssey became text-books for the instruction of Greek youth.

Ho' mer—the greatest of the Greek poets and author of the "Iliad" and "Odyssey."

The tales of his escapes from the sheep-farm have grown into a sort of Odyssey of the Pentlands.

In this Book as elsewhere in the Odyssey the grand background is the Trojan war.

Herein the Odyssey does not contradict the Iliad, but is clearly an advance beyond it.

Moreover the entire series is but an organic part of the Odyssey.