Studies on Homer and the Homeric Age, Vol. 3 of 3
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Studies on Homer and the Homeric Age, Vol. 3 of 3

By W. E. Gladstone
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Table of Contents
  • STUDIES ON HOMER AND THE HOMERIC AGE.
  • ADVERTISEMENT.
  • THE CONTENTS.
  • I. AGORÈ. THE POLITIES OF THE HOMERIC AGE.
  • II. ILIOS. THE TROJANS COMPARED AND CONTRASTED WITH THE GREEKS.
  • III. THALASSA. THE OUTER GEOGRAPHY OF THE ODYSSEY.
  • EXCURSUS I. ON THE PARENTAGE AND EXTRACTION OF MINOS.
  • EXCURSUS II. ON THE LINE ODYSS. V. 277.
  • IV. AOIDOS.
    • Sect. I. On the Plot of the Iliad.
    • SECT. II. The sense of Beauty in Homer; human, animal, and inanimate.
    • SECT. III. Homer’s perceptions and use of Number.
    • SECT. IV. Homer’s Perceptions and Use of Colour.
      • Note on the meaning of κύανος and χαλκός.
    • SECT. V.[875] Homer and some of his Successors in Epic Poetry: in particular, Virgil and Tasso.
    • SECTION VI. Some principal Homeric characters in Troy. Hector: Helen: Paris.
    • SECT. VII. The declension of the great Homeric Characters in the later Tradition[1046].
  • FOOTNOTES
  • Transcriber's Note
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