Homework Review. Who is “the Wayfinder ”? What kind of literary element is it ? Describe one Homeric simile from this section . How does Odysseus become free of Calypso’s spell ? After he leaves her island, what happens to him?. pp 1037-1058: Calypso and the Cyclops Questions Review.
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A radiance as strong as the moon came flooding through the high roofed halls of generous Alcinous. Walls plated in bronze, crowned with a circling frieze glazed as blue as lapis ran to left and rightfrom outer gates to the deepest court recess and solid gold doors enclosed the palace. Up from the bronze threshold sliver doorposts rose with silver lintel above, and golden handles, too. And dogs of gold and silver were stationed on either side.
Weak as the doe that beds down her fawnsin a mighty lion's den - her newborn sucklings -then trails off to the mountain spurs and grassy bendsto graze her fill, but back the lion comes to his own lairand the master deals both fawns a ghastly, bloody death,just what Odysseus will deal that mob - ghastly death.
ex: When "Dawn" arises with her "rose-red fingers".