Table of contents for Homer in the twentieth century : between world literature and the western canon / edited by Barbara Graziosi and Emily Greenwood.

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Contents
List of Illustrations x
List of Contributors xi
Introduction1
Barbara Graziosi and Emily Greenwood
PART IPlacing Homer in the Twentieth Century
1Homer after Parry: Tradition, Reception, and the Timeless Text27
Johannes Haubold
2Singing across the Faultlines: Cultural Shifts in TwentiethCentury Receptions of Homer47
Lorna Hardwick
PART IIScholarship and Fiction
3Homer among the Irish: Synge, Yeats, George Thompson, and Parry75
Richard Martin
4Homer and Joyce: The Case of Nausicaa92
Stephen Minta
5Homer in Albania: Oral Epic and the Geography of Literature120
Barbara Graziosi
PART IIIDistance and Form
6Logues TeleVision: Reading Homer from a Distance145
Emily Greenwood
7Some Assimilations of the Homeric Simile in Later TwentiethCentury Poetry177
Oliver Taplin
8Homecomings without Home: Representations of (Post)colonial nostos (Homecoming) in the Lyric of Aim Csaire and Derek Walcott191
Gregson Davis
9Theo Angelopoulos in the Underworld210
Franoise Ltoublon
PART IVPolitics and Interpretation
10Homer in the Greek Civil War (19461949)231
David Ricks
11Naked and O Brother, Where Art Thou? The Politics and Poetics of Epic Cinema245
Simon Goldhill
12An American Homer for the Twentieth Century268
Seth Schein
Bibliography286
Index000

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Homer -- Criticism and interpretation -- History -- 20th century.
Homer -- Influence.
Literature, Modern -- 20th century -- Greek influences.