The Adventures of Ulysses Quotes

Bernard Evslin
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"This greed for treasure caused many of his troubles at first. But then troubles came so thick and fast that no one could tell what caused them; hardships were simply called bad luck, or the anger of the gods. But bad luck makes good stories." Ships and Men, page 3

"Our luck has changed, but what has changed can change again." Ulysses, The Ciconians, page 7

"It is a little death you lay upon men each night, my son, to prepare him for the kingdom of death." Hypnos, The Lotus-Eaters, pages 10-11

"Wine. A gift of the gods to man, to make women look better and food taste better. And now it is my gift to you." Ulysses, The Cyclops' Cave, page 21

"God of the Sea, I beg you, punish Ulysses for this. Visit him with storm and shipwreck and sorceries. Let him wander for many years before he reaches home...

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