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By M. I. Finley

The global of Odysseus is a concise and penetrating account of the society that gave start to the Iliad and the Odyssey--a publication that gives a vibrant photo of the Greek darkish a while, its women and men, works and days, morals and values. lengthy celebrated as a pathbreaking success within the social heritage of the traditional global, M.I. Finley's superb learn is still "as quintessential to the pro because it is obtainable to the final reader"--a primary better half for college students of Homer and Homeric Greece.
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42-46. Odyssey 2. 1-8. Iliad 1. 22-25, 376-79. Iliad 1. 304-305. Iliad nine. a hundred. e. g. , Iliad 2. 669. Iliad 6. 478. Odyssey 1. 394-96. Odyssey 1. 386-402. Odyssey 20. 336-37. Odyssey 2. 246-51. Odyssey thirteen. 383-85. Iliad 20. 179-83. Odyssey eleven. 494-503. Odyssey 1. 356-59, 21. 350-53. Odyssey 1. 275-78. Odyssey 2. 132-33. Odyssey 20. 341-44. Odyssey 15. 16-18. Odyssey 7. 73-74. Odyssey 6. 313—15; repeated through Athena, 7. 75—77. Odyssey eleven. 338. 168 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. 34. 35. 36. 37. 38. 39. forty. forty-one. forty two. forty three. forty four. forty five. forty six. forty seven. forty eight. forty nine. 50. fifty one. fifty two. fifty three. fifty four. fifty five. fifty six. fifty seven. fifty eight. fifty nine. the realm of Odysseus Odyssey eleven. 346. Odyssey 6. 196—97. Odyssey 1. 245-47, repeated sixteen. 122-24; with diversifications, 19. 130-32. Odyssey 2. 52-54. Odyssey 2. 239-41. Odyssey 24. 413. Odyssey 23. 117-22. Odyssey 2. 244-45. Odyssey 2. 250-51. Odyssey sixteen. 375-82. Odyssey sixteen. 425-27. Odyssey three. 214-15. Odyssey sixteen. 95-96. Odyssey three. 193-98. Odyssey 1. 392-93. Odyssey 14. 230-33. Iliad 1. 165-68. Odyssey thirteen. 13-15. Quoted from Hermann Fr&nkel, Die Homerischen Glelchnisse (Got­ tingen: Vandenhoeck, 1921), p. 60. Iliad 12. 310-21. Odyssey 19. 107-14. Iliad 6. 119—231. Herodotus 1. sixty nine. Odyssey 6. 201-205. Odyssey 7. 31-32. Odyssey nine. 370. Odyssey nine. 275-76. Odyssey 14. 57-58. Odyssey eight. 557-59. Odyssey 24. 283. Iliad 24. 397-400. Odyssey 15. 324. Iliad thirteen. 295, 304. A. R. Radcliffe-Brown, constitution and serve as in Primitive Society (London: Cohen & West, 1952), p. 29. Iliad 2. 188-202. bankruptcy V Morals and Values 1. 2. three. four. five. Iliad 23. 259-61. Iliad 23. 542-85. Iliad 2. 211-78. Iliad nine. 443. Odyssey thirteen. 295. resource References 6. 7. eight. nine. 10. eleven. 12. thirteen. 14. 15. sixteen. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. 34. 35. 36. 37. 38. 39. forty. forty-one. forty two. forty three. forty four. 169 Iliad 1. 258. Iliad 22. 105-107, 124-25. Iliad 12. 243. Bruno Snell, the invention oj the brain, translated by way of T. G. Rosenmcycr (Cambridge, Mass. : Harvard collage Press, J953), p. one hundred sixty. Iliad nine. 121-56. Iliad nine. 632-38. the idea of the rest type, within the moveable Vcblcn. edited via Max Lerner (New York: The Viking Press, 1948), p. sixty nine. Iliad eleven. 145-47. Homer's Contest, within the moveable Nietzsche, translated and edited through Walter ok autoann (New York: The Viking Press, 1954), p. 32. Iliad 23. 510-13. Odyssey four. 613-18, repeated 15. 113-18. Odyssey 19. 272-84. Odyssey 19. 203. Odyssey eleven. 358-61. Iliad 1. 152-54. Iliad nine. 406-407. Iliad 1. 212-14. Odyssey nine. 5-10. Iliad four. 257-60. Odyssey 1. 374-75. repeated 2. 139-40. Iliad 24. 801-804. Iliad nine. 70. Odyssey 14. 45-47. Odyssey 14. 432-46. Iliad 22. 492-98. A. T. Murray, within the Loeb Classical Library (Iliad nine. 340—41). Lang. Leaf, and Myers reads: “Do then the sons of Atreus on my own of mortal males love their other halves? ” Iliad 1. 113-14. Odyssey 10. 14. Odyssey 6. 314-15; repeated via Athena, 7. 76-77, and used previous via Zeus, five. 41—42, and by means of Hermes, five. 114-15. Odyssey eight. 317-20. Odyssey sixteen. 17-18. Gilbert Murray, the increase oj the Greek Epic (3d ©d. , Oxford: The Clar­ endon Press, 1924), p. a hundred twenty five. Nicomachean Ethics eight. 7. 1-2. Iliad three. 351-54. Odyssey 15. 20-23. Iliad three. 380—415. Iliad three. 139-40. Odyssey 23. 11-14, Odyssey thirteen. one hundred thirty. a hundred and seventy forty five. forty six. forty seven. forty eight. forty nine. 50. fifty one. fifty two. fifty three. fifty four. fifty five. fifty six. fifty seven. fifty eight. fifty nine. 60. sixty one. the area of Odysseus Odyssey five. 118-20. Iliad 15. 187-93. Iliad 15. 184-86.

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