• Iliad
    and Butler translations and hyperlinks to mythological and grammatical commentary; via the Chicago Homer, with the Lattimore translation and markup indicating formulaic repetitions Links to translations freely available online are included in the list above. Gods, Achaeans and Troyans. An...
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  • Studying the Epic
    : -Cyclops. take and drink wine after thy feast of man's meat, that thou mayest know what manner of drink this was that our ship held." Lattimore, Richard, trans. The Odyssey of Homer. New York: Harper and Row, Torchbooks, 1967, $1.95. Critical information, glossary. Then at last I, holding in my...
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  • Literature Review
    , 1935) Homer, The Illiad, trans Robert Fagles et al., New York: Viking Penguin, (1990) Lattimore, Richard, The Iliad of Homer - The University of Chicago Press, (1963) Rouse, W.H.D.: Homer, The Odyssey The American Library, Inc., (1937)...
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  • Greek Mythology
    great achievements or failures. References: Frazer, J.G. (1921) Apollodorus, Epitome 3.33. Retrieved from http://www.theoi.com/Text/ApollodorusE.html Morford, M,Lenardon, R, Sham, M, (2011) Greek Mytholodgy 9th Ed. Oxford University Press Lattimore, R (1999). The Odyssey of Homer. New York...
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  • Homers the Illiad
    , 1992) Homer, The Complete Works of Homer: The Iliad and The Odyssey, trans Andrew Lang et al., (New York: Modern Library, 1935) Homer, The Illiad, trans Robert Fagles et al., New York: Viking Penguin, 1990) Lattimore, Richard, The Iliad of Homer (Chicago: The University of Chicago Press, 1963) Rouse, W.H.D.: Homer The Odyssey (New York: The American Library, Inc., 1937)...
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  • Homer a Key to Literary Appreciation
    of years after his death, by scholars at the Alexandrian library in Egypt .   Homer is the greatest epic poet of all times. He is the poet of the ancient Greek epics, Iliad and Odyssey. Homer is a historical person which lived in the second half of the eighth century B.C. In ancient times many...
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  • Fvdfv
    the translations listed below. Confusion can often result from a translation with different page numbers or different wording. The Poems of Hesiod. R.M. Frazer (trans.) University of Oklahoma Press. The Odyssey of Homer. Lattimore, Richmond (trans.) Harper Perennial Press. Euripides I : Alcestis...
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  • Homer's Odyssey Xenia
    impact on the journey, hardships, and outcome of The Odyssey of Homer, as well as making the epic a more interesting read, as the concept permeates nearly every aspect of ancient Greek life. Work Cited Homer. The Odyssey translated by Richard Lattimore. New York: HarperCollins books, 2007....
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  • Peloponnesian War
    standard format to direct readers to passages in the text: book.chapter.section. For example, the notation that Pericles' last speech runs from 2.60.1 to 2.64.6, this means that it can be found in the second book, from the sixtieth chapter through the sixty-fourth. Most modern editions and translations...
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  • Odysseus and Acheilles Comparative and Contrastral Paper
    Homeric Heroes and both have different goals in life. Bibliography Buxton, Richard. The Complete World of Greek Mythology. London: Thames & Hudson. 2004. Graves, Robert. The Greek Myths. London: Penguin Books. 1960. Lattimore, Richmond. The Iliad of Homer. Chicago: The University of...
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  • Comparison of the Odessey and
    known for their strength and perseverance, they are rarely considered as being pawns controlled by the all mighty gods. Bibliography Lattimore, Richard The Iliad of Homer, Chicago: The University of Chicago Press, 1963. Rouse, W.H.D. Homer The Odyssey, New York: The New American Library, Inc., 1937....
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  • The Role of Ancient Gods
    ". Translated by Fitzgerald, R. Garden City, NY, Anchor/Doubleday, 1961 2. Homer. "The Iliad". Translated by Lattimore, R. University of Chicago. 1951. 3. Vergil. "Aeneid". Translated by Williams. T. Boston. Houghton Mifflin Co. 1910. The Outline 1) P. 1, Short introduction of the topic. 2) Pp. 1 – 2, Homer's "Iliad" analysis. 3) Pp. 2 – 3, Homer's "Odyssey" analysis. 4) Pp. 3 – 4, Virgil's "Aeneid" analysis....
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  • The Underworld and How It Reflects the Goals and Realities of Virgil and Homer
    ironically the Upperworld, reflecting only what the real world's values and socio-political realities are. Works Cited Fitzgerald, Robert and Virgil. The Aeneid. London: Vintage, 1990. Print Lattimore, Richmond. The Odyssey of Homer. New York: Harper Perennial Modern Classics...
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  • Odysseus as a Tragic Hero
    extent. Works Cited Buxton, Richard. The Complete World of Greek Mythology. London: Thames & Hudson. 2004. Graves, Robert. The Greek Myths. London: Penguin Books. 1960. Lattimore, Richmond. The Iliad of Homer. Chicago: The University of Chicago Press. 1951. Lattimore, Richmond...
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  • Greek Mythology
    Richmond Lattimore’s translation of The Odyssey the suitors verbally attack Penelope, “For she holds out great hope to all, and makes promises to each man, sending us messages but her mind has other intentions. And here is here is another stratagem of her heart’s devising (The Odyssey, Book 2, page 41...
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  • gender roles in odssey by homer
    : The Modern Library, 1964. Gives the story of many characters in Greek mythology, including all important characters in both The Iliad and The Odyssey. For each character, a brief synopsis is followed by excerpts from various translations of the stories. Houston, Mary G. Ancient Greek, Roman and...
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  • Homer in English
    . Homer in English Homer in English (1996) is an excellent anthology which allows the reader to sample the whole history of Homeric translation and many others works based on Homer. In his anthology George Steiner tries to answer the question: why are there so many Iliad’s and Odyssey in English? In...
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  • Virgil’s Prevailing Hero
    , Robert, translator. The Odyssey. New York: Vintage Classics, 1990  Lattimore, Richmond, translator. The Iliad of Homer. Chicago: The University of Chicago Press, 1951...
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  • Wining the Swine
    are stronger and more beautiful once resurrected, and furthermore without the experience of Circe that Odysseus wouldn’t have acted the way he did on the island of Kalypso. Works Cited Homer. The Odyssey. Trans. Richmond Lattimore. New York: Harper, 1991. Edition Used: First Harper Perennial Modern Classics edition published 2007, ISBN: 0-06-093195-7...
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  • this is dum
    saw the development of a refined short novel, the "nouvelle", by such authors as Madame de Lafayette. In the 1690s, traditional fairy tales began to be published (one of the most famous collections was by Charles Perrault). The appearance of Antoine Galland's first modern translation of the...
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