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Classical Studies

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1. Cover image for 'The Odyssey'
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Translated into dactylic hexameter, this edition of the Odyssey recaptures the oral-formulaic experience as never before
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Paper 2002 $34.95 Available Add Paper for "The Odyssey" to Cart
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1. Cover image for 'The Odyssey'
Homer
Translated into dactylic hexameter, this edition of the Odyssey recaptures the oral-formulaic experience as never before
Format Publication year Price Status Purchasing option
Paper 2002 $34.95 Available Add Paper for "The Odyssey" to Cart
Audio Cassette 2002 $57.50 Available Add Audio Cassette for "The Odyssey" to Cart
Currently limited to: format audio_cassette Audio Cassette x


Classical Studies 2017 Catalog







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Classical Studies Catalog



Classical Studies 2017 Catalog








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The University of Michigan Press is pleased to announce the Michigan Classical Commentaries Series.

Volumes published in the series are intended for classroom use at the undergraduate level, and are priced and designed accordingly. They include the Greek or Latin text of the author in question, notes, and commentary, together with other materials (maps, tables, etc.) as appropriate.

The series editors
K. Sara Myers, University of Virginia
Josiah Osgood, Georgetown University
Alexander Sens, Georgetown University

For submissions to or questions about the Michigan Classical Commentaries, please contact Executive Editor Dr. Ellen Bauerle, bauerle@umich.edu.

New Series

The University of Michigan Press is pleased to announce the Michigan Classical Commentaries Series.

Volumes published in the series are intended for classroom use at the undergraduate level, and are priced and designed accordingly. They include the Greek or Latin text of the author in question, notes, and commentary, together with other materials (maps, tables, etc.) as appropriate.

The series editors
K. Sara Myers, University of Virginia
Josiah Osgood, Georgetown University
Alexander Sens, Georgetown University

For submissions to or questions about the Michigan Classical Commentaries, please contact Executive Editor Dr. Ellen Bauerle, bauerle@umich.edu.

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