Odyssey 2, 1-62 (Alison Pavier)

On to Book 2, at about five past seven in the morning, and Alison Pavier, parent of two Bristol Grammar School children, started us off.

This passage reminded me of what happens in the morning every time I get up…

“As soon as Dawn appeared, fresh and rosy-fingered, Odysseus’s son got up from his bed and put his clothes on. He slung a sharp sword from his shoulder, bound a stout pair of sandals on his glistening feet, and strode from his bedroom, looking like a god…”

Listen to Alison reading this passage here on the Podomatic website.

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