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Reserves

040.121, Fall 2018

Yatromanolakis, Dimitrios, Fall 2018
MSEL Reserves
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1. Achilles Book , Print in English
Marta González González. 2018 .

González González, Ma. Marta (María Marta),

note: WHY ACHILLES? -- 1. Introducing Achilles -- KEY THEMES -- 2. Origins Of The Trojan War, The Origin Of Achilles -- 3. Man's World: Achilles' Emotions -- 4. Achilles' Sacrificial Victims -- 5. Gender And Sexuality -- 6. Fury Subdued: To Forget, To Forgive…
2. Hermes Book , Print in English
Arlene Allan. 2018 .

Allan, Arlene,

note: Why Hermes? -- Introducing Hermes -- Key Themes -- 1. Talents -- 2. Transmissions -- 3. Transitions -- 4. Transactions -- 5. Transpositions -- 6. Transcendence -- 7. Translations -- Hermes Afterwards -- 8. Transformations I: Other Mercurys…
Karl Kilinski II. 2013 .

Kilinski, Karl.

"Greek myth has played an unparalleled role in the formation of Western visual traditions, for which it has provided a nearly inexhaustible source of forms, symbols, and narratives. This richly illustrated book examines the legacy of Greek mythology in Western art from the…
4. Herakles Book , Print in English
Emma Stafford. 2012 .

Stafford, Emma.

Telling the story -- Synopsis of the myth -- Explaining Herakles -- Contexts and sources -- Overview -- 1. Monsters And The Hero I: The Twelve Labours -- strong man figure and monster-fighting -- Development of the canon of labours -- Individual labours -- Overview…
5. The Iliad Book , Print in English
Homer ; translated by Anthony Verity ; introduction and notes by Barbara Graziosi. 2011 .

Homer.

ILIAD -- BOOK ONE -- Book Two -- Book Three -- Book Four -- Book Five -- Book Six -- Book Seven -- Book Eight -- Book Nine -- Book Ten -- Book Eleven -- Book Twelve -- Book Thirteen -- Book Fourteen -- Book Fifteen -- Book Sixteen -- Book Seventeen -- Book Eighteen…
6. Apollo Book , Print in English
Fritz Graf. 2009 .

Graf, Fritz.

Apollo is a comprehensive study of the Greek god in all his aspects, from the first attestations of his myth and worship to his reception in modern European and American culture. Fritz Graf uses literary texts, inscriptions, and archaeological finds to develop the complex image…
7. Perseus Book , Print in English
Daniel Ogden. 2008 .

Ogden, Daniel.

Ancient authors and Fragments -- Why Perseus? -- 1. Introducing Perseus -- Key Themes -- 2. Family Saga -- family saga on stage -- impregnation of Danae -- chest and its mythological comparanda -- Acrisius' motivations and the feud with the line of Proetus -- Perseus' childhood…
8. Dionysos Book , Print in English
Richard Seaford. 2006 .

Seaford, Richard.

Why Dionysos? -- Introducing Dionysos -- Key themes -- Nature -- Communality -- Epiphany -- Mystery-cult -- Death -- Theatre -- Psychology and philosophy -- Christianity -- Dionysos afterwards -- After antiquity -- Dionysos and money, then and now.
9. Medea Book , Print in English
Emma Griffiths. 2006 .

Griffiths, Emma.

10. Prometheus Book , Print in English
Carol Dougherty. 2006 .

Dougherty, Carol.

11. Zeus Book , Print in English
Ken Dowden. 2006 .

Dowden, Ken, 1950-

12. Theories of mythology Book , Print in English
Eric Csapo. 2005 .

Csapo, Eric.

13. Aeschylus, the Oresteia Book , Print in English
Simon Goldhill. 2004 .

Goldhill, Simon.

"Simon Goldhill focuses on the play's themes - justice, sexual politics, violence, and the role of man in ancient Greek culture - in this general introduction to Aeschylus' Oresteia, one of the most important and influential of all Greek dramas. After exploring how Aeschylus…
15. Homer, the Iliad Book , Print in English
This volume is a distinctive critical introduction to Homer's Iliad, the earliest epic poem, and the earliest known work of literature in ancient Greece.
16. Oresteia Book , Print in English
Aeschylus ; translated by Christopher Collard. 2002 .

Aeschylus

Agamemnon -- Libation bearers -- Eumenides.
17. The Homeric hymns Book , Print in English
translated with an introduction, notes, and glossary of names by Michael Crudden. 2001 .

18. Medea: Hippolytus ; Electra ; Helen Book , Print in English
Euripides ; translated with explanatory notes by James Morwood ; with introduction by… 1997 .

Euripides.

19. Imaginary Greece: the contents of mythology Book , Print in English
by Richard Buxton. 1994 .

Buxton, R. G. A.

Pt. 1. Narrative Contexts. 1. Telling tales. 2. Myths in performance. From the cradle... The songs of youth. Stories for citizens. ...to the grave. 3. Performance into text. 4. Images in context. Archaic and Classical Greece. Collection and domestication…
  • Eisenhower M Level Reserves
    PC 8151 B89 1994 c. 1
    Available
Timothy Gantz. 1993 .

Gantz, Timothy.

  • Libraries Service Center
    PC 8151 .G34 1993 c. 2
    Available
  • Eisenhower M Level Reserves
    PC 8151 .G34 1993 c. 1
    Available
21. Aeschylus: the Oresteia Book , Print in English
Simon Goldhill. 1992 .

Goldhill, Simon.

22. Homer, The Iliad Book , Print in English
M.S. Silk. 1987 .

Silk, M. S.

23. The Odyssey Book , Print in English , Greek, Ancient (to 1453)
Homer ; translated by Walter Shewring, with an epilogue on translation ; introduced by… 1980 .

Homer.

24. The nature of Greek myths Book , Print in English
26. Three tragedies: Antigone, Oedipus the King, Electra Book , Print in English , Greek, Modern (1453- )
Sophocles; tr. into English verse by H. D. F. Kitto. 1962 .

Sophocles.