Sirens In The Odyssey

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First these three text emphasise sundry items. Homer discusses the song that the sirens sing, and the challenge of Odysseus and his men falling for their spell. Because of Circe's warning,Odysseus and his sundry men explore into the Sirens “island,” and heroically make it out alive. In “O’ Brother Where Art Though,” it examines into the sirens guile tactics. Also, it points out Pete’s disappearance ( “O Brother Where Art Thou”). In the “Siren Song,” by Atwood, it examines the song sung by the sirens,and their amorphous living conditions. In the three text , “The Odyssey,” “Sirens Song,” and “O Brother Where Art Thou,” the authors point out the song that the sirens sing. Although the text have similar aspects, each one lacks something that