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Submissions from 1992

Sources of Dramatic Theory 1: Plato to Congreve [book review], Deborah H. Roberts

A Commentary on Homer's Odyssey, Joseph A. Russo

Oral Theory: Its Development in Homeric Studies and Applicability to Other Literatures, Joseph A. Russo

Submissions from 1989

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Agamemnon's test: Iliad 2.73-75, Ronald Knox and Joseph A. Russo

Different Stories: Sophoclean Narrative(s) in the Philoctetes, Deborah H. Roberts

Agamemnon's Test: Iliad. 2.75-79, Joseph A. Russo and R. Knox

Submissions from 1988

Fate in Oedipus Tyrannus: A Textual Approach, Arethusa Monographs XI [book review], Deborah H. Roberts

Ritual Irony [book review], Deborah H. Roberts

Sophoclean Endings: Another Story, Deborah H. Roberts

Lyric and Elegaic Poetry: Greece in Civilization of the Ancient Mediterranean, Joseph A. Russo

Submissions from 1987

Parting words: final lines in Sophocles and Euripides, Deborah H. Roberts

Oral Style as Performance Style in Homer's Odyssey: Should We Read Homer Differently After Parry in Comparative Research on Oral Traditions: A Memorial for Milman Parry, Joseph A. Russo

Submissions from 1986

Responses and Discussion of Papers on Audience-Oriented Criticism and the Classics, D. P. Tompkins and E. Stehle

Submissions from 1985

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Orestes as Fulfillment, Teraskopos and Teras, Deborah H. Roberts

Review of Macleod's Collected Essays, Deborah H. Roberts

Submissions from 1984

Apollo and his Oracle in the Oresteia, Deborah H. Roberts

Blood or Fate: A Note on Choephori 927, Deborah H. Roberts

Submissions from 1983

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Review of Daitz's The Pronunciation of Ancient Greek, Deborah H. Roberts

The Poetics of the Ancient Greek Proverb, Joseph A. Russo

Submissions from 1982

Interview and Aftermath: Fantasy, Dream and Intuition in Odyssey 19 and 20, Joseph A. Russo

Submissions from 1979

Homeric Psychology and the Oral Epic Tradition in Essays on the Iliad, Joseph A. Russo

Submissions from 1978

Homer Gegen Seine Tradition in Tradition und Neuerung, Joseph A. Russo

Submissions from 1976

How, and What, Does Homer Communicate? The Medium and Message of Homeric Verse, Joseph A. Russo

"Is Aural or Oral Composition the Cause of Homer's Formulaic Style? in Oral Literature and the Formula, Joseph A. Russo

Submissions from 1975

Reading the Greek Lyric Poets (Monody), Joseph A. Russo

Submissions from 1974

The Inner Man in Archilochus and the Odyssey, Joseph A. Russo

Submissions from 1971

Psicologia Omerica e Tradizione Epica Orale, Joseph A. Russo

The Meaning of Oral Poetry: the Collected Papers of Milman Parry, a Critical Re-assessment, Joseph A. Russo

Submissions from 1968

Homer Against his Tradition, Joseph A. Russo

Homeric Psychology and the Oral Epic Tradition, Joseph A. Russo and B. Simon

Submissions from 1966

The Structural Formula of Homeric Verse, Joseph A. Russo

Submissions from 1963

A Closer Look at Homeric Formulas, Joseph A. Russo