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Homeric Hymns

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ISBN13:

9780872207257

ISBN10:
0872207250
Format:
Paperback
Pub. Date:
9/30/2005
Publisher(s):
Hackett Pub Co Inc
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Summary

Poet and translator Sarah Ruden offers a sparkling new translation of one of our prime sources for archaic Greek mythology, ritual, cosmology, and psychology. 'Some say that you were born, O Stitched-In god, / At windy Icarus or Draconum / Or Naxos or the deep-whirled Alpheus river / To Semele and Zeus who loves the thunder. / Others, my lord, claim Thebes was your beginning -- / Liars. Far off from men, creation's father / Engendered you unknown to white-armed Hera... Hardback edition also available: 0872207269, 24.95.

Author Biography

Poet and classicist Sarah Ruden received her Ph.D. in Classics from Harvard University.Sheila Murnaghan is Professor of Classical Studies, University of Pennsylvania.

Table of Contents

Introduction vii
Note on the Text xxiv
1. To Dionysus [Fragments]
1(2)
2. To Demeter
3(16)
3. To Apollo
19(19)
4. To Hermes
38(19)
5. To Aphrodite
57(10)
6. To Aphrodite
67(1)
7. To Dionysus
68(2)
8. To Ares
70(1)
9. To Artemis
71(1)
10. To Aphrodite 72(1)
11. To Athena 73(1)
12. To Hera 74(1)
13. To Demeter 75(1)
14. To the Mother of the Gods 76(1)
15. To Lion-hearted Heracles 77(1)
16. To Asclepius 78(1)
17. To the Dioscuri 79(1)
18. To Hermes 80(1)
19. To Pan 81(2)
20. To Hephaestus 83(1)
21. To Apollo 84(1)
22. To Poseidon 85(1)
23. To Zeus 86(1)
24. To Hestia 87(1)
25. To the Muses and Apollo 88(1)
26. To Dionysus 89(1)
27. To Artemis 90(1)
28. To Athena 91(1)
29. To Hestia 92(1)
30. To Earth, Mother of All Things 93(1)
31. To Helios 94(1)
32. To Selene 95(1)
33. To the Dioscuri 96(1)
34. To Guest-friends 97(1)
Glossary of Names 98(5)
Selected Bibliography 103


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