Departmental Papers (Classical Studies)

Document Type

Review

Date of this Version

February 1991

Comments

Reprinted from Bryn Mawr Classical Review, February 1, 1991. Publisher URL: http://ccat.sas.upenn.edu/bmcr/1991/02.01.13.html

Abstract

Although Pindar's Homer began its life as the Mary Flexner Lectures in the Humanities at Bryn Mawr College in 1982, it clearly represents far more than a revised transcript of that event. The book looks more like a lifetime's work: over five hundred pages, elegantly produced with expansive footnotes and copious bibliography, wrapped in a glossy black dustjacket that gives it an authoritative, if somewhat daunting, feel. It is, truly, a magnum opus, and although it is unlikely to be Nagy's last word on many of the subjects he treats, he has obviously taken great pains to present his material in the most comprehensive manner possible.

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Date Posted: 27 September 2006

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