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Uite simply this book is my favorite critical analysis of Homer s The Odyssey In her commentary Jenny Strauss Clay uncovers and discusses much of the brilliant wordplay history and deep motivations of the poem I
FIND MYSELF RETURNING AGAIN AND AGAIN myself returning again and again these pages always awed by Cla. Available in paperback for the first time Jenny Strauss Clay's landmark study of the Odyssey argues the first time Jenny Strauss Clay's landmark study of the Odyssey argues Athena's wrath is central to both the str. ,
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