CLGR 401 Homer: The Iliad

Last offered Spring 2014

From the early archaic era through the classical and beyond, Homer's Iliad and Odyssey remained foundational in Greek discourse about community, leadership, war, heroism, family, friendship, loyalty, the gods, justice, and much more. Nearly all of subsequent Greek literature, both poetry and prose, developed out of a dialogue with these epics. In this course, we will read extensive selections from the Iliad in Greek and the entire epic in translation.
Class Format: seminar
Requirements/Evaluation: class participation, short written exercises and/or oral reports, midterm and final exams, and a final paper
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Prerequisites: CLGR 201 or permission of the instructor
Enrollment Preference: majors in Classics, Comparative Literature, English and other literatures
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Divisional Attributes: Division I
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Enrollment Limit: 12
Expected Enrollment: 5-6
Class Number: 3599
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CLGR 401 SEM Homer: The Iliad Division 1: Languages and the Arts Meredith C. Hoppin
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