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Sense and Nonsense in Homer: A consideration of the inconsistencies and incoherencies in the texts of the Iliad and the OdysseyJohn Wilson
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This book examines passages in the Iliad and the Odyssey which present semantic or logical difficulties, and those that might be thought incoherent or inconsistent. Original Greek and author's own translations are given for these problematic passages and then each case is commented on.