Volume 9

Diachrony and the Case of Aesop

[[Also published in print in Diachrony: Diachronic Studies of Ancient Greek Literature and Culture, 2015, ed. José M. González, pp. 233–290. Pagination is herein represented by “{…|…},” indicating where one page ends and another begins. This online version is longer than the printed version due to the fact that, in the… Read more

Homeric Anger Revisited

1. In the introductory article to a collective volume entitled Ancient Anger: Perspectives from Homer to Galen, D. L. Cairns takes my work on the Homeric word mênis as a case in point for his view that classicists who study emotions “more often that not” shirk their responsibility both to… Read more