The Iliad, Books 1-12

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Wildside Press LLC, Apr 30, 2008 - Poetry - 480 pages
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This edition features an introduction, a brief Homeric grammar, and notes by D.B. Monro, M.A.
 

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Contents

Introduction
xi
Forms of the Verb i IntroductoryDefinitions
xxxix
PersonEndings
xl
4 The Reduplicated Second Aorist
xli
5 The Aorists in and на ib 6 The Perfect
xlii
7 The Pluperfect
xliii
9 The First Aorist
xlv
The Future
xlvi
d Ktv with the Future Indicative IX ii
lxii
The Cases 37 The Accusative Ixiii
lxiii
38 The Dative
lxv
The Caseforms in ftv
lxvi
4i PrepositionsTmesis Ixvii
lxvii
Prepositions with Nouns
lxviii
Compound Prepositions Ixix
lxix
45 iSe cvos OUT09
lxx

13 The Subjunctive
xlvii
14 The Optative
xlviii
Declension 16 The Vocative
xlix
The Genitive 1
l
Forms in piy
li
Declension of Pronouns
lii
Adverbial Endings
liii
Meanings of the Tenses 25 The Aorist Iv
liv
The Present and Imperfect
lvi
Meanings of the Moods 29 The Subjunctive in Principal Clauses
lvii
The Optative in Principal Clauses iviii
lviii
Use of V and Ktv in Principal Clauses ib 32 Subordinate Clauses
lix
The Subjunctive in Subordinate Clauses
lx
The Optative in Subordinate Clauses
lxi
46 avrs ib 47 The Article
lxxi
48 The Relative s i 0
lxxiii
Metre and Quantity 50 Caesura
lxxiv
51 Hiatus Elision Contraction c
lxxv
Position
lxxvi
Doubtful Vowels lx xvii
lxxvii
54 Digamma ib 5 Doubling of Consonants
lxxviii
Dialect and Style 56 The Epic Dialect
lxxix
57 Parataxis
lxxxi
58 Anacoluthon
lxxxii
49 The Particles
5
59 Litotes Ixxxiii
59
Oxymoron Ixxxiv
60
ILIAD Books IXII
247

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