Table of contents for Ancient anger : perspectives from Homer to Galen / edited by Susanna Morton Braund, Glenn W. Most.

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Introduction Susanna Braund and Glenn W. Most
1. Ethics, ethology, terminology: Iliadic anger and the cross-cultural study of emotion D. L. Cairns
2. Anger and pity in Homer's Iliad Glenn W. Most
3. Angry bees, wasps, and jurors: the symbolic politics of orge in Athens D. S. Allen
4. Aristotle on anger and the emotions: the strategies of status David Konstan
5. The rage of women W. V. Harris
6. Thumos as masculine ideal and social pathology in ancient Greek magical spells Christopher A. Faraone
7. Anger and gender in Chariton's Chaereas and Callirhoe J. H. D. Scourfield
8. 'Your mother nursed you with bile': anger in babies and small children Ann Ellis Hanson
9. Reactive and objective attitudes: anger in Virgil's Aeneid and Hellenistic philosophy Christopher Gill
10. The angry poet and the angry gods: problems of theodicy in Lucan's epic of defeat Elaine Fantham
11. An ABC of epic ira: anger, beasts, and cannibalism Susanna Braund and Giles Gilbert.

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Classical literature History and criticism, Anger in literature, Anger Greece, Anger Rome