Table of contents for CliffsNotes on Homer's The Odyssey / by Stanley Baldwin.


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Life and Background of the Author.
Introduction to The Odyssey.
Critical Commentaries.
Book 1: Athena Inspires the Prince.
Book 2: Telemachus Sets Sail.
Book 3: King Nestor Remembers.
Book 4: The King and Queen of Sparta.
Book 5: Odysseus-Nymph and Shipwreck.
Books 6-8: The Princess and the Stranger; Phaeacia's Halls and Gardens; A Day for Songs and Contests.
Book 9: In the One-Eyed Giant's Cave.
Book 10: The Bewitching Queen of Aeaea.
Book 11: The Kingdom of the Dead.
Book 12: The Cattle of the Sun.
Books 13 & 14: Ithaca at Last; The Loyal Swineherd.
Books 15 & 16: The Prince Sets Sail for Home; Father and Son.
Book 17: Stranger at the Gate.
Book 18: The Beggar-King at Ithaca.
Book 19: Penelope and Her Guest.
Book 20: Portents Gather.
Book 21: Odysseus Strings His Bow.
Book 22: Slaughter in the Hall.
Book 23: The Great Rooted Bed.
Book 24: Peace.
Character Analyses.
Critical Essays.
CliffsNotes Review.
CliffsNotes Resource Center.
Index.


Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Homer, Odyssey Examinations Study guides, Odysseus (Greek mythology) in literature Examinations Study guides, Epic poetry, Greek Examinations Study guides