Penelope and the Two Dream-Gates (Odyssey 19.560–569)

Penelope is lamenting the continued absence of her husband to an elderly beggar (who happens to be her husband in disguise). She has just related to him a bizarre dream she had, in which an eagle violently destroys a gaggle of geese to which she is attending. The eagle, telling her she has nothing to … Continue reading Penelope and the Two Dream-Gates (Odyssey 19.560–569)

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