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WR 150: Siren Song: Nostalgia, Storytelling, and Lies in the Odyssey

DuBois Spring 2021

Researching & the Library

This guide is designed to help you find sources of background information, exhibitsarguments, and research methods related to the topic of the course and your own interests.

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Image: What would a writer do with this source? by Kristin M. Woodward/Kate L. Ganski is licensed under CC BY 4.0

Class Bibliography

Translations

Classics Books

Writing Books

Textual Reception

 

Comics

Ody-C

Marvel Illustrated: The Odyssey (2008-2009), Thomas & Tocchini 

The Odyssey, Hinds

 

Art

Pompeii in Pictures (http://pompeiiinpictures.com/pompeiiinpictures/index.htm)

The MET 

MFA

Journals

Eidolon

Hyperallergic

Symbolae Osloenses 93.1 (2019), Special Issue "Narrative, Narratology and Intertextuality: New Perspectives on Greek Epic from Homer to Nonnus"

Librarian

19th-century European painters interpret the Ulysses and the Sirens Story

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