[PDF/EPUB] The Iliad of Homer author Elizabeth Vandiver



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  1. says:

    Vandiver gets four stars because she does very well within the limited context of these Great Courses Overall it's very light stuff but she makes it interesting captures a lot and adds in several interesting details She has lectures on the Ody

  2. says:

    Good little course in the Iliad Vandiver's passion is uite clear and she makes connections to later literature as well There is a good background selection as well

  3. says:

    I've been trying to read The Iliad for months and could not stay focused long enough to get through a few pages So many characters and the endless battles Disclaimer I still haven't read it However I have now listened to this lecture series by

  4. says:

    Spectacular lectures regarding Homeric texts within their cultural context as well as the significance of specific linguistics which give the readings depth I would definitely recommend these to anyone who has read or wishes to read The Iliad as these lectures have the potential to truly broaden the reader's understanding of anci

  5. says:

    A 12 lesson 6 hour discussion of The Iliad Elizabeth Vandiver is a jewel of a teacher I would love to sit in her class So next best thing? Teaching company CDs Thoroughly enjoyed Now on to the Odyssey

  6. says:

    This course has taught me about the Homerian epics and Ancient Greece in general than 4 years of studying Ancient Greek did tbh I mean to be fair we only covered the Iliad and the Odyssey for like half of one school year but still Vandiver is such an excellent lecturer that I’ve actually already picked up two of her courses the

  7. says:

    Many fascinating insights

  8. says:

    As I’ve come to expect the Great Courses is a terrific companion It enhanced my enjoyment and understanding of

  9. says:

    Listening to these lectures is a good way to get ready for a discussion about The Iliad The group Great Books Kansas City is planning

  10. says:

    To read the Iliad without this course would be to miss the heart and soul of the story Vandiver is an excellent professor thorough and insightful and her grasp on classical mythology and Ancient Greek culture is undeniable She uncovers and explores so many details that most readers would otherwise miss

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Condition ever written12 Lectures1 Introduction to Homeric Epic2 The Homeric uestion3 Glory Honor and the Wrath of Achilles4 Within the Walls of Troy5 The Embassy to Achilles6 The Paradox of Glory7 The Role of the Gods8 The Longest Day9 The Death of Patroklos10 Achilles Returns to Battle11 Achilles and Hektor12 Enemies' Tears Achilles and Pri. Listening to these lectures is a good way to get ready for a discussion about The Iliad The group Great Books Kansas City is planning to discuss The Iliad later this month an