"So saying they trailed away. And I was filled with laughter to see how like a charm the name deceived them" (Homer, 363-365).
"That was all, and it brought them round to action. But as I sent them on toward Scylla, I told them nothing, as they could do nothing [...] And all this time, in travail, sobbing, gaining on the current, we rowed into the strait" (Homer, 782-796).
"While in New York, Armstrong cut dozens of records as a sideman, creating inspirational jazz [...] his stop time solos [...] changed jazz history"(Biography.com Editors, 3).
"Armstrong had a difficult childhood. His father was a factory worker and abandoned the family soon after Louis's birth; his mother, who often turned to prostitution, frequently left him with his maternal grandmother"(Biography.com Editors, 1).