By G. S. Kirk
The six-volume remark on Homer's Iliad ready less than the overall Editorship of Professor G. S. Kirk is entire with the e-book of this quantity. It opens with introductory chapters: the 1st on Homeric diction, the second one at the contributions that comparative reviews have made to seeing the Homeric epics in sharper viewpoint. within the observation Dr. Hainsworth confronts the intense difficulties posed via the 9th, 10th and 12th books of the Iliad. The Greek textual content isn't integrated.
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