Synopses & Reviews
With straightforward advice and informative readings of the great Greek texts, the authors show how we might still save classics and the Greeks for future generations. Who Killed Homer? is must reading for anyone who agrees that knowledge of classics acquaints us with the beauty and perils of our own culture.
"Who Killed Homer?" is a blistering indictment of college administrators and classicists who have compromised scholarly standards for both professors and students, from whom deep, rigorous learning is no longer expected.