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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Homer's Odyssey, books XIII-XXIV.
Oxford, Clarendon Press, 1901
|Named Person:||Homer.; Homer.; Homer.|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Homer.; D B Monro
|Notes:||"Designed as a continuation of the commentary on the Odyssey [books 1-12] ... begun ... by ... Mr. Riddell ... [and] completed by Dr. Merry." However, Merry published his own continuation covering books 13-24.
Appendices (p.-501): The composition of the Odyssey. Relation of the Odyssey to the Iliad. Homer and the cyclic poets. History of the Homeric poems. The time and place of Homer. The Homeric house.
|Description:||xi, 512 p. illus. 23 cm.|
|Contents:||Contents: v. 1. Books I-XII.--[v. 2] Books XIII-XXIV.|
|Other Titles:||Odyssey. lib. XIII-XXIV. Monro
|Responsibility:||Edited with English notes and appendices by D.B. Monro.|