' models of clarity ... fascinating reading ... it presents a bracing challenge and you have to work to get at the genuine riches it contains' Martin Thorpe, Shrewsbury Sixth Form College, JACT Review
' This is a very impressive work of technical scholarship ... by far the best work available on the subject in this format.' Greece & Rome, Vol XXXVII, No 1 April 1990
' The authors have made excellent use of the chance to improve what was already a first-class monument of useful scholarship, especially in adding cross-references, bibliography and indices ... this superb achievement will do much to stimulate Homeric scholarship.' Richard Janko, University of California, Los Angeles, Journal of Hellenic Studies, CX, 1990
"A major new commentary."--Classical World"This is a commentary for everyone's shelf....To offer a new commentary on such a fundamental work of European literature is a major challenge, which the linguistic and literary analysis of this work meets very well."--ChoicePraise for the Italian edition "Eminently clear and controlled...based on up-to-date linguistic, papyrological, and formulaic scholarship."--Journal of Hellenic Studies"Here we have a work the richness, independence, and judiciousness of which cannot be sufficiently admired....Reason to rejoice and be grateful."--Classical Review
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Buchbeschreibung BERTRAMS PRINT ON DEMAND Sep 1990, 1990. Taschenbuch. Buchzustand: Neu. 216 x 139 x 21 mm. Neuware - In this volume the commentary by Heubeck (books ix-xii) and Hoedstra (books xiii-xvi) is preceded by introductions dealing with the books in question, Hoekstra paying special attention to diction in the 'Odyssey' and the tradition of epic diction in general. Englisch. Artikel-Nr. 9780198721444