The Triumph Of Odysseus: Homers Odyssey Books 21 and 22 by Joint Association Of Classical TeachersThe Triumph Of Odysseus: Homers Odyssey Books 21 and 22 by Joint Association Of Classical Teachers

The Triumph Of Odysseus: Homers Odyssey Books 21 and 22

byJoint Association Of Classical Teachers

Paperback | October 28, 1996

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This book is part of the Reading Greek course. It is modeled on the already published A World of Heroes (CUP, 1979) and The Intellectual Revolution (CUP, 1980) and provides an unabridged text of Books 21 and 22 of Homer's Odyssey. The Greek text is faced with a running vocabulary and notes, and followed by a learning vocabulary, and the book is illustrated throughout. It can be used by anyone who has completed Reading Greek or is at an intermediate or advanced stage of ancient Greek.
Title:The Triumph Of Odysseus: Homers Odyssey Books 21 and 22Format:PaperbackProduct dimensions:100 pages, 8.27 × 5.83 × 0.24 inShipping dimensions:8.27 × 5.83 × 0.24 inPublished:October 28, 1996Publisher:Cambridge University PressLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0521465877

ISBN - 13:9780521465878

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Table of Contents

Introduction; Odyssey Book 21; Odyssey Book 22; Learning vocabulary; Details of photographs and drawings.

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The Triumph of Odysseus is part of the highly successful Reading Greek series. It presents the complete Greek text of Books 21 and 22 of Homer's Odyssey, interspersed with a running vocabulary with notes, and followed at the back of the book by a learning vocabulary. It is modelled on the two existing readers: A World of Heroes (1979) and The Intellectual Revolution (1980), and like them is fully illustrated. It makes an excellent introduction to Homer for those new to him, and provides accessible and confidence-building follow-up reading for others. The book can be used by anyone who has completed Reading Greek or is at an intermediate or advanced stage of ancient Greek and it is ideal for use with students in the upper forms of schools, at university and in summer schools and weekend courses.