Homer's Illiad, written in the late 8th century B.C., is a masterpiece of ancient Greek literature and a landmark work in the history of Western storytelling. Almost 3,000 years after its original composition, this epic poem remains not only one of the greatest war stories ever told but also one of the most compelling meditations on the human condition ever set down into words. In this course you will examine the cultural assumptions behind Homer's lines and probe the relationship of this great epic to the tradition of orally transmitted poetry.
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