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As we read the Odyssey

Good morning! We’ve been doing a lot of preparatory work as we get ready to read the Odyssey. Students did presentations on Greek gods, goddesses, and heroes (these were SO GOOD.) 595 more words

Q&A: NBC's Bob Greenblatt on Faith-Based Dramas, 'Blacklist' Move, Multicam Comedy Focus

The mood has been a little dark on NBC this season, but things are about to lighten up. So says Bob Greenblatt, NBC Entertainment chairman, in assessing the network’s performance as the 2014-15 season heads into its final quarter. 1,522 more words

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Wait a Minute, It's Already March?

I wish I could figure out a more exciting title for this blog post but I’m just honestly in shock that it’s already March! Where has the time gone? 576 more words

Odyssey

Polyphemus

Meanwhile, the Cyclops Poylphemus was feeling rather bored. He had eaten too much cheese and was feeling sluggish as a result. He needed action. Little did he know that soon Odysseus and his men would land on his island and change his life for ever. 323 more words

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Functionalist reading of Odyssey

Odyssey, by Homer, is an epic poetry containing many myths – told and retold traditional stories applied to some purposes. Being important and valuable to the society, their function is to provide order or… 456 more words

Functionalism

Ayoade On Ayoade - Richard Ayoade

I was really quite excited to read this book. I’m a fan of Ayoade’s dry, surreal sense of humour, and so I knew before I read it that this was going to be a great book. 497 more words

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The Wonder List

I am definitely looking forward to this show. Although no one, man or show, can replace my 1st and true love for Anthony Bourdain I must admit I am a bit smitten and looking forward dot new places to add to my list of places I will travel. 12 more words

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