Objects & Places from The Adventures of Ulysses

Bernard Evslin
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Object Descriptions

Troy - This is where Ulysses' adventures begins.

Ships - This is the mode of transportation used by Ulysses and his men.

Trojan booty - This is what the Hellenes dump into the sea, drawing the attention of a shoal of naiads.

Village of Ciconians - This is what the Hellenes stop to raid on an island.

Cythera - This is the southernmost island of Greece.

Libya - This is where the race of men live who do nothing but eat lotus-flowers and sleep.

Lotus-flower - This enables sleepers to dream.

Isle of the Cyclops - This is where the Hellenes are trapped in a cave and several men are eaten.

Olympus - This is the home of the Greek gods.

Ithaca - This is the land Ulysses rules as king.

Island of the Winds - This is where Aeolus' fortress stands.

Bag of Winds - This...

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