By Andrew Faulkner

The Homeric Hymn to Aphrodite, which tells of the seduction of the shepherd Anchises through the love-goddess Aphrodite, has lengthy been well-known as a masterpiece of early Western literature. This version is designed as a reference instrument to assist students and scholars of their learn of the poem. The creation and statement take care of issues of language acceptable to the professional or pupil of Greek, but additionally with concerns of literary interpretation of curiosity to the
non-specialist reader.

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