Table of Contents for Odyssey


INTRODUCTION
Introduction
3(62)
The Spelling and Pronunciation of Homeric Names
65(3)
Maps
Homeric Geography: Mainland Greece
68(2)
Homeric Geography: The Peloponnese
70(2)
Homeric Geography: The Aegean and Asia Minor
72(1)
Inset: Troy and Vicinity
73(4)
HOMER: The Odyssey
Athena Inspires the Prince
77(16)
Telemachus Sets Sail
93(14)
King Nestor Remembers
107(17)
The King and Queen of Sparta
124(28)
Odysseus---Nymph and Shipwreck
152(16)
The Princess and the Stranger
168(11)
Phaeacia's Halls and Gardens
179(12)
A Day for Songs and Contests
191(20)
In the One-Eyed Giant's Cave
211(19)
The Bewitching Queen of Aeaea
230(19)
The Kingdom of the Dead
249(22)
The Cattle of the Sun
271(15)
Ithaca at Last
286(15)
The Loyal Swineherd
301(18)
The Prince Sets Sail for Home
319(19)
Father and Son
338(16)
Stranger at the Gates
354(21)
The Beggar-King of Ithaca
375(15)
Penelope and Her Guest
390(20)
Portents Gather
410(14)
Odysseus Strings His Bow
424(15)
Slaughter in the Hall
439(16)
The Great Rooted Bed
455(13)
Peace
468(35)
NOTES
Translator's Postscript
489(8)
Genealogies
497(4)
Textual Variants from the Oxford Classical Text
501(2)
Notes on the Translation 503(14)
Suggestions for Further Reading 517(4)
Pronouncing Glossary 521