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Homer: Iliad XIII-XXIV Homer

Homer: Iliad XIII-XXIV By Homer

Homer: Iliad XIII-XXIV by Homer


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This text provides a line-by-line commentary on Books XIII-XXIV of Homer's epic poem, 'The Iliad'.

Homer: Iliad XIII-XXIV Summary

Homer: Iliad XIII-XXIV by Homer

This text provides a line-by-line commentary on Books XIII-XXIV of Homer's epic poem, the Iliad. The 'red Macmillan' Iliad in the edition of W. Leaf, which had served since the 1880s, was replaced by the two volume edition of M.M. Willcock. Coverage of twelve books in each volume demands concise introduction and commentary, but Willcock is not omissive. He includes, for example, mention of significant aspects of Homeric diction more fully in the early lines of the book, in order that the student may begin on any particular one; and the tight compass does not prevent him engaging in, or referring to, problems of composition or text addressed by scholars more advanced than sixth formers, and undergraduates for whom the edition is primarily intended.

About Homer

M.M. Willcock was Professor of Classics at the University of Lancaster and subsequently Professor of Latin in University College London, UK. He edited Homer: The Iliad I-XII (Books 1-12), and Homer: The Iliad Books XIII - XXIV (Books 13-24), Cicero: Select Letters, all published by Bloomsbury.

Table of Contents

List of illustrations Preface Introduction 1 The Iliad 2 Twelfth century and eighth century 3 Mythology 4 The characters 5 Method of fighting 6 The gods 7 Synopsis of the last twelve books 8 Formulas and themes 9 The language of Homer 10 The Homeric hexameter 11 The text of the Iliad 12 General bibliography

Additional information

GOR005652560
9781853995958
1853995959
Homer: Iliad XIII-XXIV by Homer
Used - Very Good
Paperback
Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
1999-05-28
360
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