Huler, a writer and NPR contributor, follows the route of The Odyssey to learn what this great work offers three thousand years later. Part travelogue, part memoir and part critical reading of the greatest adventure epic ever written, No-Man's Lands is an extraordinary description of two journeys - one ancient, one contemporary - and reveals what The Odyssey can teach us about being better bosses, better teachers, better parents and better people. (amyirene40)
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