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This book offers a new approach to the study of Homeric epic by combining ancient Greek perceptions of Homer with up-to-date scholarship on traditional poetry. Part I argues that, in the archaic period, the Greeks saw the lliad and Odyssey neither as literary works in the modern sense nor as the products of oral poetry. Instead, they regarded them as belonging to a much wider history of the divine cosmos, whose structures and themes are reflected in the resonant patterns of Homer's traditional language and narrative techniques. Part II illustrates this claim by looking at some central aspects…mehr

Produktbeschreibung
This book offers a new approach to the study of Homeric epic by combining ancient Greek perceptions of Homer with up-to-date scholarship on traditional poetry. Part I argues that, in the archaic period, the Greeks saw the lliad and Odyssey neither as literary works in the modern sense nor as the products of oral poetry. Instead, they regarded them as belonging to a much wider history of the divine cosmos, whose structures and themes are reflected in the resonant patterns of Homer's traditional language and narrative techniques. Part II illustrates this claim by looking at some central aspects of the Homeric poems: the gods and fate, gender and society, death, fame and poetry. Each section shows how the patterns and preoccupations of Homeric storytelling reflect a historical vision that encompasses the making of the universe, from its beginnings when Heaven mated with Earth, to the present day.
  • Produktdetails
  • Verlag: Bloomsbury UK
  • Seitenzahl: 192
  • Erscheinungstermin: 16.10.2013
  • Englisch
  • ISBN-13: 9781849667463
  • Artikelnr.: 39510370
Autorenporträt
Barbara Graziosi is Lecturer in Classics at Princeton University and the author of Inventing Homer: The Early Reception of Epic (2002).
Inhaltsangabe
Introduction
Part I: The composition of Homeric epic
1 Looking for Homer
2 Textual clues
3 Material clues
4 The poet in the poems
Part II: The Iliad
5 The wrath of Achilles
6 A poem about Troy
7 The tragedy of Hector
Part III: The Odyssey
8 The man of many turns
9 Women and monsters
10 An infernal journey
References
Further Reading
Index