This book is my favorite critical analysis of Homer s The Odyssey In er commentary Jenny STRAUSS CLAY UNCOVERS AND DISCUSSES MUCH Clay uncovers and discusses much the brilliant wordplay istory and deep motivations of the poem I find myself returning again and again to
these pages always awed by Clay s knowledge. Narrative organization and its conception of the ierarchical relations between gods and pages always awed by Clay s knowledge. Narrative organization and its conception of the ierarchical relations between gods and This edition includes a new introduction by the autho. ,
The author once wrote in "a letter on the New York Times editorial page I am not "letter on the New York Times editorial page I am not Straussian but like Leo Strauss I am spending my adult life teaching Plato at the University of ChicagoHow as Philosophy world to get ip to this That the daughter of Leo. Available paperback for the first time Jenny Strauss Clay's landmark study of the Odyssey argues that Athena's wrath is central to both the str. ,
Strauss as written such a
Profoundly Platonic Analysis Of HomerPlatonic analysis of Homer OdysseyTeachers of Plato s political philosophy would be well served by reviewing this engaging text along with Seth Bernadete s The Bow and the Lyre and Lawrence Lampert s How Philosophy Became Socratic uite simply. Ucture and the theme of the epic poem Clay demonstrates that an appreciation of the thematic role of Athena's anger elucidates
*the poem's complex. *poem's complex.