Written by Justin Biggi. Having explored two different interpretations of Odysseus in Part One, our focus now shifts to the 2000 film, Oh Brother, Where Art Thou?, a ‘loosely based on’ re-telling of Homer’s Odyssey, in an attempt to answer the question: are the Homeric epics really that timeless?
Written by Simone Witney. Encounters with nymphs have been documented through inscriptions in the ancient Greek world. However, their existence not only informs us of a form of ancient sacred cult, but also the role of the divine feminine in religious practice.