Bristol Classics Homer Bundle (14 vols.)•
Bristol Classical Press 1991–2005
No literary or historical library is complete without Homer’s two inaugural works of Western literature, the Iliad and the Odyssey. The themes and artistry of these poems resonate through thousands of years of mythology, philosophy, drama, poetry, and prose. Telling the timeless stories of the Trojan War and wily Odysseus’ perilous journey home, Homer eloquently comments on the mortality and morality of mankind.
The tools and texts in this bundle allow you to explore the many facets of the Iliad and the Odyssey, and their legacy. Standard-setting Greek texts and vibrant contemporary translations enable thorough study of Homer’s work. Expert annotations and line-by-line commentary offer insight into Homer’s context and methods. And literary studies from distinguished classicists reveal the brilliance of the blind bard and his significance in the Western canon.
This bundle includes:
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- Enables in-depth study of two keystone works of Western literature
- Presents standard-setting Greek texts and vibrant contemporary translations
- Provides expert annotations and line-by-line commentary
- Includes literary studies and introductions from distinguished classicists
- Homer by Jasper Griffin
- Homer: Iliad I edited by J.A. Harrison and R.H. Jordan
- Homer: Iliad III edited by J.T. Hooker
- Homer: Iliad I-XII edited by M.M. Willcock
- Homer: Iliad VI edited by R.H. Jordan and J.A. Harrison
- Homer: Iliad XIII-XXIV edited by M.M. Willcock
- Homer’s Iliad: A Commentary on Three Translations by Peter Jones
- Homer: The Odyssey translated by Martin Hammond
- Homer: Odyssey IX edited by J.V. Muir
- Homer: Odyssey I-XII edited by W.B. Stanford
- Homer: Odyssey VI and VII edited by Janet Watson
- Homer: Odyssey:XIII-XXIV edited by W.B. Stanford and M.M. Willcock
- Homer’s Odyssey: A Companion to the English Translation of Richmond Lattimore by Peter Jones
- Homer: The Resonance of Epic by Barbara Graziosi and Johanes Haubold
Homer: Iliad XIII-XXIV
- Author: Homer
- Editor: M.M. Willcock
- Publisher: Bristol Classical Library
- Publication Date: 1999
- Pages: 360
Homer (ca. 8th century BC) is the traditional author of the Iliad and Odyssey. His life and origins are the subject of intense debate. No reliable biographical information exists, though legends abound. The name Homer is related to a Greek word meaning “blind,” giving rise to the tradition of Homer as the blind bard. Many modern scholars dismiss the notion of Homer as a single author, arguing that the works attributed to him are based on many generations of oral story telling. When speaking of Homer, these scholars are referring to the function of redacting oral tradition into a coherent whole.