`an important and often engaging study' Religious Studies Review
`The book's strength is that it does approach weighty theoretical questions in a readable and organized way' The Classical Outlook
`Scholars of philosophy of literature will be most attracted to this volume's sustained and disciplined argument' The Classical Outlook
`This is a thought-provoking book, much of which involves a close reconstruction of Homeric 'poetics' and its relatinship to a larger Homeric model of psychological experience.' P. J. Rhodes, Greece and Rome
`An important and often engaging study. Of interest primarily to professional Homerists and specialists in the history of literary aesthetics.' S.Douglas Olsen, Religious Studies Review Vol.25 No.4
About the Author
Margalit Finkelberg is at University of Tel Aviv.