Table of contents for Homer's Odyssey / edited by Lillian E. Doherty.

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1. In What Sense Can the Iliad and the Odyssey Be Considered Oral Texts?, Minna Skafte Jensen
2. The Song of Ares and Aphrodite: On the Relationship between the Odyssey and the Iliad, Walter Burkert
3. Odysseus' Scar: An Essay on Homeric Epic Narrative Technique, Adolf Kohnken
4. Between Word and Deed: Hidden Thoughts in the Odyssey, Irene J. F. de Jong
5. Name Magic in the Odyssey, Norman Austin
6. 'Active' and 'Passive' Heroics in the Odyssey, Erwin Cook
7. Odysseus and the Art of Lying, Peter Walcot
8. The Philosophy of the Odyssey, R. B. Rutherford
9. 'Reverse Similes' and Sex Roles in the Odyssey, Helene P. Foley
10. The Reunion of Penelope and Odysseus, Chris Emlyn-Jones
11. Penelope's Agnoia: Knowledge, Power, and Gender in the Odyssey, Sheila Murnaghan
12. Gender and Internal Audiences in the Odyssey, Lillian E. Doherty
13. The Economic Man, James M. Redfield
14. Class Ambivalence in the Odyssey, Peter W. Rose
15. Helen's 'Good Drug', Ann L. T. Bergren
16. The Shadow of Ulysses beyond 2001, Piero Boitani

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Homer. -- Odyssey.
Epic poetry, Greek -- History and criticism.