Tongass Odyssey

Tongass Odyssey

About one hundred miles long and twenty-five miles wide, Admiralty
encompasses over a million acres and supports some of the highest-density
brown bear and nesting bald eagle populations on Earth. About halfway down
the island we ...

Author: John Schoen

Publisher: Alaska

ISBN: 9781602234260

Category: Ecologists

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"John Schoen's Tongass Odyssey is both a memoir and a scientific manuscript. As a memoir it offers authorial stories related to Schoen's dealings in the Tongass National Forest; as a science-based manuscript it addresses the ecological and political history of the past 50 years of the Tongass. It also addresses the responsibility of conservation practitioners regarding the consequences of public lands and water management"--
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The Odyssey

The Odyssey

342 . AUGUR Y O MENS . Omen of two eagles , ii , : 71 . From a casual voice , i .
367. ii . 44 , 245 , xx . .23 . From an eagle trusling a fowl , xv . 79 . From an hawk
tearing a dove , xx . 302 xv . 566. From an eagle destroying a flock of geefe , xix .

Author: Homer

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ISBN: NLI:3268584-10

Category: Odysseus (Greek mythology)

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The Odyssey of Homer Translated from the Greek Vol 1 5

The Odyssey of Homer  Translated from the Greek  Vol  1    5

Omen of two Eagles , 2. 171 . nelaus , 4. 297 . From a casual voice , I. Anticlus , 4.
387 . 362 . 2. 44 , 245 . Ajax Oileus Nain for his pre20. 123 . See the Notes .
sumption by Neptune , 4 . From an Eagle trusling a 674. Ajax Telamon , his fowl ,
15.

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The Iliad of Homer Translated by Alexander Pope Esq The Odyssey of Homer Translated from the Greek by Pope W Broome and E Fenton Homer s Battle of the Frogs and Mice By Mr Archdeacon Parnel Corrected by Mr Pope

The Iliad of Homer  Translated by Alexander Pope  Esq   The Odyssey of Homer  Translated from the Greek  by Pope  W  Broome and E  Fenton   Homer s Battle of the Frogs and Mice  By Mr Archdeacon Parnel  Corrected by Mr Pope

Asphalion , attendant on MeOmen of two Eagles , 2. 171 . nelaus , 4. 297 . From a
casual voice , 1. Anticlus , 4. 387 . 362 . 2. 44 , 245. - Ajax Cileus Nain for his
pre20. 123. See the Notes . sumption by Neptune , 4 . From an Eagle truffing a
674.

Author: Homer

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Odyssey

Odyssey

That infernal Furies aveng'd violence of- Omen of ewo Eagles , 2. 173 . fered to
Parents , 2. 157 From a casual voice , 1. 362 . 2. 44 , 245. - 20 . 123 . The Father's
patrimony divided See the Notes , From an Eaby lot amongst all the children ...

Author: Homerus

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The Twelfth Book of Homer s Odyssey

The Twelfth Book of Homer s Odyssey

At this juncture , the appearance of two eagles in the sky is explained by the
augur as foreboding the ruin of the suitors . Gaining nothing beyond sympathy
from the lords , Telemachus demands a vessel to carry him on the journey
advised by ...

Author: Homer

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ISBN: HARVARD:32044102855137

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The Antiquary

The Antiquary

The eagle ' s keen sight is noticed . Of In Odyssey , ii . 146 , to Telemachus and
Menelaus it is said : the suitors in the agora “ two eagles came He went his way ,
but keenly gazed around , from the mountains , flying swiftly as the As doth an ...

Author: Edward Walford

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ISBN: HARVARD:HN4DQ9

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The Odyssey

The Odyssey

As this < eagle > snatched a goose that had been reared in the house , coming
from the mountain where its family and offspring are , so Odysseus , after much
bad suffering and much wandering will return home and take vengeance ; or else
 ...

Author: Homer

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ISBN: STANFORD:36105004068420

Category: Epic poetry, Greek

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From Stephen Mitchell, the renowned translator whose "Iliad "was named one of "The New Yorker"'s Favorite Books of 2011, comes a vivid new translation of the "Odyssey," complete with textual notes and an illuminating introductory essay. The hardcover publication of the" Odyssey "received glowing reviews: "The New York Times" praised "Mitchell's fresh, elegant diction and the care he lavishes on meter, which] brought me closer to the transfigurative experience Keats describes on reading Chapman's Homer"; "Booklist," " "in a starred review, said that "Mitchell retells the first, still greatest adventure story in Western literature with clarity, sweep, and force"; and John Banville, author of "The Sea," " "called this translation "a masterpiece." The" Odyssey" is the original hero's journey, an epic voyage into the unknown, and has inspired other creative work for millennia. With its consummately modern hero, full of guile and wit, always prepared to reinvent himself in order to realize his heart's desire--to return to his home and family after ten years of war--the "Odyssey" now speaks to us again across 2,600 years. In words of great poetic power, this translation brings Odysseus and his adventures to life as never before. Stephen Mitchell's language keeps the diction close to spoken English, yet its rhythms recreate the oceanic surge of the ancient Greek. Full of imagination and light, beauty and humor, this "Odyssey" carries you along in a fast stream of action and imagery. Just as Mitchell "re-energised the "Iliad" for a new generation" ("The Sunday Telegraph"), his "Odyssey" is the noblest, clearest, and most captivating rendition of one of the defining masterpieces of Western literature.
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A Pine Barrens Odyssey

A Pine Barrens Odyssey

In fact , winter is probably the very best time to observe one of the most
spectacular birds in the Pine Barrens , the BALD EAGLE , the symbol of our
nation . There are few more magnificent sights than an adult bald eagle flying
overhead , its ...

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Publisher: Plexus Pub

ISBN: PSU:000033658292

Category: Nature

Page: 277

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Odyssey

Odyssey

The import of the whole omen is sufficiently set forth presently by Halitherses .
The eagles represent no particular persons , not ( as Eustath . ) Odysseus and
Telemachus ; but , tearing each other , they prefigure φόνον και κηρα ( 165 ) .
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Author: Homer

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Homer s Odyssey

Homer s Odyssey

The import of the whole omen is sufficiently set forth presently by Halitherses .
The eagles represent no particular persons , not ( as Eustath . ) Odysseus and
Telemachus ; but , tearing each other , they prefigure φόνον και κηρα ( 165 ) .
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Author: Homer

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ISBN: PSU:000000762700

Category: Epic poetry, Classical

Page: 568

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Homer The Odyssey

Homer The Odyssey

We are to see the eagles' portent not merely "in their glare" but in their ripping
talons. ... It means, she says, that just as the eagle flew from the wild mountain of
his birth to pounce on the domestic bird, so Odysseus will appear out of the rough
 ...

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Homer s Odyssey Edited with English Notes Appendices Etc by W Walter Merry and the Late James Riddell Vol I Books I XII

Homer s Odyssey  Edited with English Notes  Appendices  Etc  by W  Walter Merry and the Late James Riddell  Vol I  Books I XII

The import of the whole omen is sufficiently set forth presently by Halitherses .
The eagles represent no particular persons , not ( as Eustath . ) Odysseus and
Telemachus ; but , tearing each other , they prefigure φόνον και κηρα ( 165 ) .
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Author: Homer

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ISBN: STANFORD:36105010187784

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Page: 568

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The Odyssey of Homer

The Odyssey of Homer

The Thunderer , Jove , Sent flying from a lofty mountain - top Two eagles . First
they floated on the wind Close to each other , and with wings outspread ; 190 But
as they came to where the murmuring crowd Was gathered just beneath their ...

Author: Homer

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ISBN: MSU:31293500263904

Category: Epic poetry, Greek

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The Odyssey of Hommer

The Odyssey of Hommer

The Thunderer , Jove , Sent flying from a lofty mountain - top Two eagles . First
they floated on the wind Close to each other , and with wings outspread ; 190 But
as they came to where the murmuring crowd Was gathered just beneath their ...

Author: Homer

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ISBN: HARVARD:32044019413871

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Milton s Biblical and Classical Imagery

Milton s Biblical and Classical Imagery

When two eagles fly over the Ithacan assembly , the omen is interpreted as a
warning of the doom awaiting the suitors when Odysseus returns ( II , 146 ff . ) . At
the palace of Menelaus an eagle flies to the right of Telemachus ' chariot carrying
a ...

Author: John M. Steadman

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ISBN: UOM:39015008393541

Category: Poetry

Page: 258

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The Odyssey of Homer

The Odyssey of Homer

... even so may my return to Ithaca discover Odysseus surely in the house , to
hear my tale . ” Upon the word there flew out from the right an eagle whose talons
held an enormous white goose , one of their fowls from the yard . After it rushed
the ...

Author: Homer

Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA

ISBN: 0195006763

Category: Epic poetry, Greek

Page: 327

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A modern prose version of the classical epic relating the wanderings and homecoming of a Greek warrior and hero
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The Odyssey According to the Text of Wolf

The Odyssey  According to the Text of Wolf

146-149 . tớ refers to Telemachus . τω δ ' έως μέν δ ' επέτοντος á 8'énétovio , éws
uév ģ ' & nétovto , these ( i . e . the eagles ) fleu as long as they continued their
fight . Some translate fws uév , for a while . Metà avoiñs åvěuolo . See N. on 1.

Author: Homer

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ISBN: HARVARD:32044011618956

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The Whole Works of Homer Prince of Poetts Odyssey 2nd ed

The Whole Works of Homer  Prince of Poetts  Odyssey  2nd ed

Ulysses and his son the flyers chas'd , As when , with crooked beaks and seres ,
a cast Of hill - bred eagles , cast - off at some game , That yet their strengths keep
, but , put up , in flame The eagle stoops ; from which , along the field The poor ...

Author: Richard Hooper

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ISBN: WISC:89013530993

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