Dr Adrian Kelly: List of publications

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Homer: Iliad Book XXIII

Epic and Lyric

Gendering the Succession Myth in Hesiod and the Ancient Near East

Gods and Mortals in early Greek and Near Eastern Myth

Homer and Hipponax


Sappho and Epic

The Cambridge Companion to Sappho

Homer's Rivals? Internal Narrators in the Iliad

Akhilleus in control? Managing oneself and others in the Funeral Games

Aias in Athens: the worlds of the play and the audience

Conflict in Iliad Book 23: managing oneself and others

Homero na poetas líricos: recepção e transmissão

Homer: Iliad, vol 22

Ilias Parva

Stesichorus in context

Stesichorus’ homer

The Homeric Hymn to Hermes: Introduction, Text and Commentary

The Meaning of Meat and the Structure of the Odyssey.

The state of stesichorean studies

Homeric battle narrative and the ancient near east

Apollonios and the end of the Aeneid

Hellenistic Arming in the Batrakhomyomakhia

Multitextuality in the Homeric Iliad: The Witness of the Ptolemaic Papyri

Oedipus at Colonus

Three Homeric Hymns: to Apollo, Hermes, and Aphrodite, Hymns 3, 4, and 5

Tradição na épica grega antiga

‘Listening to many voices: Greek Tragedy as Popular Art’

‘Proemic convention and character construction in early Greek epic’

The audience expects: Penelope and Odysseus

The Mourning of Thetis: 'Allusion' and the Future in the Iliad

The mourning of Thetis: ‘allusion’ and the future in the Iliad

‘The audience expects: Odysseus and Penelope’

Homer and the Dual Model of the Tragic

Hypertexting with Homer: Tlepolemos and Sarpedon on Herakles (Iliad 5.628–98)’

Rediscovering Homer: Inside the Origins of the Epic

Sophocles: Oedipus at Colonus

‘Parodic inconsistency: some problems in the Batrakhomyomakhia’

Story and fiction in the Homeric 'Odyssee'

The ending of 'Iliad 7': A response (P. J. Finglass)

The ending of iliad 7: A response

‘Performance and rivalry: Homer, Odysseus and Hesiod’

‘The Babylonian Captivity of Homer: the case of the Dios Apate’

‘The Ending of Iliad 7: a response’

ΑΨΟΡΡΟΟΥ ΩΚΕΑΝΟΙΟ – A Babylonian Reminiscence?

A Referential Commentary and Lexicon to Homer, Iliad VIII

Approaches to Homer, ancient and modern.

How to End an Orally-Derived Epic Poem

Stesikhoros and Helen

Homer and History: Iliad 9.381-4

Neoanalysis and the Nestorbedrängnis

Neoanalysis and the Nestorbedrangnis: A test case

Sanctified violence in Homeric society. Oath-making rituals and narratives in the 'Iliad'.

'... as though Homer never wrote': Homer, Hipponax, and composition by mode

Aias in Athens

Homer’s Rivals: Internal Narrators in the Iliad

Laughter in the Library: a Colloquium for Penny Bulloch

Poetry and Performance: a conference in honour of Oliver Taplin

The Art of Stesichorus

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