Would the quintessential wanderer be happy sitting at home in Ithaka? Major Greek author Kazantzakis said no, and spun 33,333 dense lines of verse as Odysseus heads south with a couple pals, first to Crete and then to Africa. A parable of Kazantzakis' struggle with religions and philosophies, and the quest for complete spiritual freedom.
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