The Odyssey by Homer, Robert Fagles (Translator), E.V. Rieu, Frederic Mugler (Translator), Bernard Knox (Introduction)
The Odyssey is the second epic poem of the poet named ‘Homer’. This is considered as one of the great stories of that time period. This book has been encouraged by the goddess Athena. Odysseus has spent his seven years on Calypso’s island. Then Odysseus’ had made the boat and he was interested to swim ashore in the island. Then he had been found by the Nausicaa and her handmaidens. He had started his amazing story of returning from the Troy. He will tell all about his twelve ships that were caught in the storm. He had escaped from all the troubles by blinding the giant with a wooden stick.
They had been advised of the remaining stages of his journey. He had been hunted down the sacred cattle of the Sun God. They all were punished by the Shipwreck but the Odysseus had drowned. Then he had reached the Calypso’s island. Finally, he had spent one night on Ithaca Island. Then he had learned that how the things are stand out in his household.