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ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

"The Philosophy of Troilus and Cressida" by G. Wilson Knight from The Wheel of Fire, © I930 by Oxford University Press, © 1949 by Methuen & Co. Reprinted by permission of Methuen & Co.

"Odysseus in the Ajax" by W. K. C. Guthrie from Greece and Rome 16, No. 3 (October I947), © 1947 by Oxford University Press. Reprinted by permission of Oxford University Press.

"The Stage Villain" by W. B. Stanford from The Ulysses Theme: A Study in the Adaptability of a Traditional Hero by W. B. Stanford, © 1954, 1964 by Basil Blackwell Ltd. Reprinted by permission of Basil Blackwell Ltd.

"The Song of the Sirens: Encountering the Imaginary" by Maurice Blanchot from The Gaze of Orpheus and Other Literary Essays by Maurice Blanchot, translated by Lydia Davis, © 1959 by Editions Gallimard, English translation © 1981 by Lydia Davis and Station Hill Press. Reprinted by permission.

"The Torrent and the Sun" by Andonis Decavalles from Poetry 95, No. 3 (December 1959), © 1959 by the Modern Poetry Association. Reprinted by permission of Poetry and the author.

The Songs of Homer by G. S. Kirk, © 1962 by Cambridge University Press. Reprinted by permission of Cambridge University Press.

"The Phaeacians and the Symbolism of Odysseus' Return" by Charles Paul Segal from Arion I, No. 4 (Winter 1962), © 1962 by Arion. Reprinted by permission of the Trustees of Boston University and the author.

"Taking Over Homer" by Anthony Burgess from Re Joyce by Anthony Burgess, © 1965 by Anthony Burgess. Reprinted by permission of W. W. Norton & Co. and Faber & Faber Ltd.

"Homer and Sophocles' Ajax" by G. M. Kirkwood from Classical Drama and Its Influence, edited by M. J. Anderson, © 1965 by Methuen & Co. Reprinted by permission of Methuen & Co.

"Interpretation and Misinterpretation: The Problem of Troilus and Cressida" by Derick R. C. Marsh from Shakespeare Studies I (1965), © 1965 by Shakespeare Studies. Reprinted by permission of Shakespeare Studies.

"The Cyclops" by D. J. Conacher from Euripidean Drama: Myth, Theme and Structure by D. J. Conacher, © 1967 by the University of Toronto Press. Reprinted by permission of the University of Toronto Press.

"The Unknown Ulysses" by Karl F. Thompson from Shakespeare Quarterly 19, No. 2 (Spring I968), © 1968 by The Shakespeare Association of America, Inc. Reprinted by permission of Shakespeare Quarterly.

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