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The Reception of Homer since 1900

from Part III - Homer in the World

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  22 February 2020

Corinne Ondine Pache
Affiliation:
Trinity University, San Antonio
Casey Dué
Affiliation:
University of Houston
Susan Lupack
Affiliation:
Macquarie University, Sydney
Robert Lamberton
Affiliation:
Washington University, St Louis
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This section examines the reception of Homeric poetry since 1900 in scholarship and the arts.

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Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Print publication year: 2020

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Further Reading

Shay 2002; Mendelsohn 2004; Hall 2008; Gittings 2012; Pache 2018.

Further Reading

Shay 1994; Hedges 2002; Shay 2002; Tritle 2002; Schein 2007; Hall 2008; Vandiver 2010; Sherman 2011; Meineck and Konstan 2014.

Further Reading

Doolittle 1972; Glück 1985; Graham 1987; Dodd 1992; Glück 1996; Atwood 2005; Doherty 2008.

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Colum 1918; Joyce 1922; Palmer 1929; Matisse 1935; Giraudoux 1958; Fitzgerald 1961; Chagall 1989; Bechdel 2006; Walsh 2010.

Further Reading

Stanford [1954] 1962; Kazantzakis 1958; Seferis 1963; Elytis 1974; Cavafy 1976; Seferis 1981; Danforth 1982; Ricks 1989; Cavafy 2009.

Further Reading

Dougherty 2001; Rankine 2006; Davis 2007; Hall 2008, ch. 7; Greenwood 2010; McConnell 2013; Greenwood 2019.

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Leutrat 2003; Winkler 2006a, 2006b; Pomeroy 2008; Verreth 2008; Dumont 2009; Myrsiades 2009; Winkler 2009, 2010; Michelakis 2013; Paul 2013; Winkler, ed. 2015; Winkler 2017b, 2017c.

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Church 1906; Bearden 1948; Thomas 2008; Ita 2011; Bearden 2012; Doerries 2015, 2016.

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Kakridis 1949; Kullmann 1960; Havelock 1963; Schadewaldt 1965; Parry 1971; Janko 1982; West, S. 1988; Powell 1990; Nagy 1996a; Lord 2000; West 2011a.

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