"--Times Literary Supplement "[Green] gets the interpretation right without interrupting the forward motion that is always Homer's aim--and this is one of the great virtues of Green's translation as a whole: its limber fluency.
Category: Literary Criticism
This volume presents the original 1611 text of George Chapman's translation, tapping into the poetic consonance between the semi-divine heroism of the "Iliad"'s warriors and the cosmological symbols of Renaissance humanism.
Publisher: Princeton University Press
Homer's two epics of the ancient world, The Iliad and The Odyssey, tell stories as riveting today as when they were written between the eighth and ninth century B.C. This edition employs Samuel Butler's classic translations of both texts.
The Athenian similarly rested his claim on the verses of the Iliad (2. 553 f.), in which Menestheus is said to have been the ' best of all who came against Troy in setting an army in battle array ' (Hdt. 7. 161).
Author: /. D. B. Monro Homer /. D. B. Monro
Publisher: Wildside Press LLC
Although the book is designed for students at sixth form and undergraduates, the tight compass of these books does not prevent the editor engaging in - or referring to - problems of composition or text addressed by more advanced scholars.
Publisher: Bristol Classical Press
Category: Foreign Language Study
1150—800 BC, 21 Deiopites (de—i—o—pi—téz), a Trojan killed by Odysseus at the Battle over the Wall (Ii. 11) 271 Deiphobos (dé—if—o—bos), brother ofHector and Paris (who took up with Helen after Paris' death) (11. 12, 13, 22, 24) 26, ...
Publisher: Oxford University Press
INDEXES 36 2 81 INDEX LOCORUM Aeschylus , 407 36 , 36 n . 2 Eumenides 186 22 n . 5 407ff . 47 Euripides , 417ff . 65 Electra 897-8 22 n . 5 516 Rhesus 512-5 22 n . 5 Iliad , VII 76-91 23 Herodotus III . 38 41 n . I 79f . 23 VI . 30.
Author: Charles Segal
Publisher: Brill Archive