CONTENTS
THE ANALYSIS OF CHARACTER ix
EDITOR'S NOTE xv
INTRODUCTION I
Harold Bloom
CRITICAL EXTRACTS
Aristotle 7 Horace 7 R. C. Jebb 8 Samuel Butler 8 Edwin A. Schell 9 Ezra Pound I I G. Wilson Knight 12 Frank Budgen 14 W. K. C. Guthrie 15 W. B. Stanford 19 Maurice Blanchot 24 Andonis Decavalles 30 G. S. Kirk 32 Charles Paul Segal 33 Anthony Burgess 37 G. M. Kirkwood 41 Derick R. C. Marsh 43 D. J. Conacher 45 Karl F. Thompson 48 Leslie Fiedler 52 Italo Calvino 53 Brian Pocknell 58 Charles Segal 60 Jenny Strauss Clay 65 Glenn W. Most 70 Linda K. Hughes 76 Kenneth M. McKay 79 Theoharis Constantine Theoharis 85
CRITICAL ESSAYS
THE ODYSSEY AND THE WESTERN WORLD 89
George de F. Lord
THE NAME OF ODYSSEUS 103
G. E. Dimock, Jr.
HOMER AND HAMLET 118
Hugh Kenner
KAZANTZAKIS: ODYSSEUS AND THE "CAGE OF FREEDOM" 133
George Scouffas
SHAKESPEARE'S ULYSSES AND THE PROBLEM OF VALUE 144
W. R. Elton
THE FUGITIVE FROM THE ANCESTRAL HEARTH: TENNYSON'S "ULYSSES" 161
R. F. Storch
SEEDS FOR THE PLANTING OF BLOOM 176
Michael Beausang
DANTE'S ULYSSES: FROM EPIC TO NOVEL 189
John Freccero

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