Homer: Iliad VIII and IX (Aris and Phillips Classical Texts) (Bks. 8-9)

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Books VIII &IX are crucial to the structure of the Iliad, and, while both of them have been extensively discussed in the Unitarian/Analyst debate, neither has perhaps received the attention that their fine literary qualities deserve.

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Dr C.H. Wilson retired as Head of Classics at Tonbridge School in 1992 and has published in Classical Quarterly. He now teaches classics for the Open University and adult education classes at the University of Kent.

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