The Odyssey Quotes with Page Number

The Odyssey Estimates with Page Number

“Of all creatures that breathe and move upon the earth, absolutely nothing is reproduced that is weaker than male.”

— Page 365–“There is a time for lots of words, and there is likewise a time for sleep.”

—-“A guy who has been through bitter experiences and travelled far delights in even his sufferings after a time “—-“There is nothing more exceptional than

when two

people who see eye to eye keep home as male and other half, puzzling their enemies and thrilling their pals.”– Page 79– “For a friend with an understanding heart deserves no

less than a bro”—-“Be strong, saith my heart; I am a soldier; I have seen worse sights than this.”

— Page 66–“Sleep, scrumptious and profound, the really fake of death “—-“Ah how shameless– the way

these mortals blame the gods. From us alone they say come all their torments yes but they themselves with their

own reckless methods intensify their pains beyond their proper share.”—-“[ I] t is the wine that leads me on, the wild winethat sets the wisest guy to singat the top of his lungs, laugh

like a fool– it drives theman to dancing … it eventempts him to blurt out storiesbetter never informed.”—-“Men are so quick to blame the gods: they saythat we design their torment. However theythemselves- in their depravity-designgrief higher than the sorrows that fate designates.

“—-“My name is No one.”—-“some things you will think about yourself, … some things God will take into your mind”– Page 34–“Each man enjoys the work that fits him best.”—- “There will be eliminating till ball game is paid.”

—-“The blade itself prompts to deeds of violence.”

—-“Now from his breast into the eyes the acheof yearning mounted, and he wept at last, his dear better half, clear and devoted,

in his arms, wished for as

the sunwarmed earth is longed for by a swimmerspent in rough water where his ship went downunder Poseidon’s blows, gale winds and lots of sea.Few men

can keep alive

through a big serfto crawl, thickened with salt water, on kindly beachesin happiness, in

joy, knowing the abyss behind: and so she too rejoiced, her gaze upon her hubby, her white arms round him pressed as though forever. “—-” And empty words are evil. “—-“Why cover the exact same ground again? … It breaks my grain to repeat a tale informed once, and told so plainly.”—-” Few sons resemble their dads– the majority of are even worse, few much better.”—-” out of sight, out of mind”—-“So, the gods don’t give out all their gifts at the same time, not develop and brains and flowing speech to all. One guy may stop working to impress us with his looks however a god can crown his words with beauty

, appeal, and guys search with delight

when he speaks out. Never ever faltering, filled with winning self-control, he shines forth at assembly premises and individuals look at him like a god when he walks

through the streets. Another guy may appear like a deathless one on

high however

there’s not a bit of grace

to crown

his words. Just like you, my fine, good-looking buddy.”—- “Immortals are never ever alien to one another.”—-” Yea, and if some god will trash me in the wine-dark deep, even so I will endure … For already have I suffered complete much, and much have I toiled in dangers of waves and war.Let this be contributed to the tale of those.”—-” Even his sorrows are a delight long after to one that keeps in mind all that he wrought and endured.”—-” Aries in his numerous fits knows no favorites. “—-“These nights are endless, and a guy can sleep through them, or he can take pleasure in listening to stories, and you have no needto go to sleep prior to it is time. Excessive sleep is onlya bore

. And of the others, any one whose heart and

spiriturge him

can go outdoors and sleep, and after that, when the dawn reveals, breakfast first, then go out to tend the swine of our master.But we two, sitting here in the shelter, consuming and drinking, will entertain each other remembering and retellingour sad griefs. For later on a guy who has sufferedmuch and wandered much has enjoyment out of his sorrows.”

—-“below his browshe ran his curlslike thick hyacinth clustersfull of blossoms”—-“Come then, put away your sword in its sheath, and let us two increase into my bed so that, lying together in the bed of love, we might then have faith and trust in each other. “—-“By hook or by criminal this hazard too will be something that we keep in mind “—-” [B] ut it is just what happens, when they pass away, to all mortals.The sinews no longer hold the flesh and the bones together, and once the spirit has let the white bones, all the restof the body is made subject to the fire’s strong fury, however the soul flitters out like a dream and flies away.”—— Homer, The Odyssey