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Odysseus is one of the most famous and classic heroes ever written about - but what about the women who pined for, longed for, gave everything for, and loved him? Told in four parts, this novel follows Penelope, Odysseus's faithful wife; Circe, the luring sorceress who bewitched him; Pallas Athene, the goddess who favored him above all others; and Eurycleia, his grandmotherly childhood nurse. The author does a spectacular and engaging job of telling a classic story from the women's point of view.
posted Jul 19, 2007 at 8:24PM
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