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The Odyssey: a Journey Home, by based on Homer; adapted by Richard Garner
The Battle in the Heart of the Warrior
Friday, October 22, 2010
4.5
"Must you have a battle in your heart forever?" This three thousand year old line speaks loudly in the heart of every soldier in history struggling to get back home, either physically or psychologically. This contemporary adaption to connect Homer's Oddessey to today's War in Iraq does not detract from the profound message of the original work, but instead enhances the unity of this universal and timeless theme. As seen with Oddesseus and with many of our struggling soldiers, the end of the battle does not always also bring the end of the soldier's own fight to get back home. This wonderful play revives the classical epic by making yesterdays story today's.

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