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Storytelling

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dainel underwood

on 29 April 2010

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Transcript of Storytelling

Homer is telling the story of Odysseus's journey. Homer tells the story of
Odysseus's journey to Ithaca. Homer tells the stouy of Odysseus's
journey home to Ithaca Through the eyes of Homer, Muse, &
Odysseus
Muse, the goddess of poetry,
helps Homer tell this epic journey.
Odysseus has to tell stories about his journey to the
Phaeacians for the use of a ship to get home to Ithaca.
Homer, the epic storyteller was said to be blind. In the epic poem the Odyessy,
the Phaeacians trade their ship for
the stories of Odysseus' journey.
Odysseus has to be the storyteller.
The Odyssey is an Epic poem,
told by Homer and Muse. created by: Lacy & Daniel STORYTELLING
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