Approaches to Teaching Homer's Iliad and Odyssey
Homer's epics usually appear first in anthologies used for the general literature courses required of most college and high school students throughout the country. His influence extends beyond the confines of English and classics departments into seminars offered in comparative literature, history, philosophy, and the social sciences. This volume in the Approaches to Teaching World Literature series describes how teachers present Homer in the classroom and convey to students the importance of his epics in Western culture.
Modern Language Association
New York, NY
Classical Literature and Philology | Educational Methods
Myrsiades, Kostas, "Approaches to Teaching Homer's Iliad and Odyssey" (1987). College of Arts & Sciences Faculty Books. 37.