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Andra moi ennepe mousa polytropon hos malapolla planchthe. (Greek)
Tell me about the resourceful man who wandered so much.

From the Odyssey, a Homeric epic poem recounting the wanderings of Odysseus (Latin: Ulysses) after the fall of Troy.

The oldest surviving source of Greek mythology along with the Iliad, it describes Odysseus' ten-year journey home to Ithaca after the Trojan War.

"It provides both an insight into a long-lost civilization and a gripping narrative rich in evocative details, complex characters, and universal themes."

—As seen in the Encarta World English Dictionary, St. Martin's Press, New York; 1999.
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