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Homeric Synchronism: An Enquiry Into The Time And Place Of Homer

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This Elibron Classics book is a facsimile reprint of a 1876 edition by Macmillan and Co., London.
Paperback, 291 pages
Published May 29th 2001 by Adamant Media Corporation
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Richard Epstein
Oct 27, 2014 Richard Epstein rated it liked it
I don't know how to rate this. You can't actually read it; no one could possibly read it, not even the section on Boopis and Glaukopis*. On the other hand, think about the book on Homer which David Cameron or Tony Blair might have produced. Makes old WEG look pretty good, doesn't it?


*Who could have guessed Gladstone would have called someone "Boopis"? It must have been some sort of concealed reference to Disraeli.
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One of the most prominent figures in nineteenth century British politics. Known as G.O.M, which stood for 'Grand Old Man' (although his rival Benjamin Disraeli joked that it was actually 'God's Only Mistake') William Ewart Gladstone served four times as Liberal Prime Minister (1868 - 1874, 1880 - 1885, 1886 and 1892 - 1894). As such, he dominated the latter half of the century. His hobbies includ ...more
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