Flesh and Spirit in the Songs of Homer: A Study of Words and Myths available in Hardcover
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- Oxford University Press
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This book offers a newly integrated interpretation of Homeric man. The author starts with the working hypothesis that, in this poetry, the human being is not divided into two parts - inner and outer; body and soul; flesh and spirit - but stands as an indivisible unity. The last part of this analysis leads to a reassessment of the Homeric psuche.