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Review: Theogony / Works and Days in the Glasgow Review of Books

The Glasgow Review of Books never fails to provide thoughtful, artful reviews that contextualize and intertextualize. One of its latest reviews Theogony / Works and Days, written by Hesiod in ancient Greece and recently translated by C.S. Morrissey (2012). The review, written by Calum Gardner, was published on January 25, 2014 and is available online for your reading pleasure: “MYTH AND METAPHYSICS: Hesiod’s ‘Theogony’ and ‘Works and Days,’ in a new translation by C. S. Morrissey.”

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