Passages: The Odyssey



“But all his days [Odysseus] would sit on the rocks and beaches, wrenching his heart with sobs and groans and anguish, gazing out over the barren sea through blinding tears. So coming up to him now, the lustrous [Calypso] ventured, ‘No need, my unlucky one, to grieve here any longer, no, don’t waste your life away. Now I am willing, heart and soul, to send you off at last.’”

Passages: Texts, Contexts, and the Ways to Wisdom

Tuesday, August 1, 2017
7:00-8:30 pm
Guided Discussion with President Greg Salyer, Ph.D.