Table of contents for The narrative voice in the Theogony of Hesiod / by Kathryn Stoddard.


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Acknowledgements ............................................   ix
Introduction ..................................  .............  xi
Chapter One   The 'Autobiographical' Reading of Hesiod ......... 1
Chapter Two   The Implied Author of the Theogony .............. 34
Chapter Three  The Muses and the Mortal Narrator .............. 60
Chapter Four  Character-Text, Attributive Discourse,
    And Embedded Focalization ................................. 98
Chapter Five  Anachrony in the Theogony ...................... 126
Chapter Six   Commentary ..................................... 162
Conclusion  .................... ....     ...................  189
Bibliography .......   ........ .........  ................... 193
Index Nominum ac Rerum ......................................  203
Index Locorum ................          ...................... 207





Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Hesiod, Theogony, Religious poetry, Greek History and criticism, Gods, Greek, in literature, Hesiod Technique, Narration (Rhetoric)Voice in literature, Rhetoric, Ancient