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D. Snider
A Commentary on the Odyssey of Homer - Part I

From, Homer's Odyssey: A commentary
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TABLE OF CONTENTS

Book 1 - Introduction

The Invocation * The Obstacles * The Assembly of the Gods

Telemachiad

Book 2 * Book 3 * Book 4

General Observations * The Education of Telemachus

The Ulyssiad

Book 5 * Book 6 * Book 7 * Book 8

Fableland

Book 9 * Book 10 * Book 11 * Book 12

Observations

Ithakeiad

Survey of Books Thirteenth to Sixteenth

Book 13 * Book 14 * Book 15 * Book 16

Books 17-24

Book 17 * Book 18 * Book 19 * Book 20 * Book 21 * Book 22 * Book 23 * Book 24

Summary

The movement overarching the Odyssey

The Cycle

Structure of the Odyssey

Structural analogy between Iliad and Odyssey

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