FINAL EXAM study guide - CC 303, Fall 2008 Prof....

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CC 303, Fall 2008 Prof. Popov-Reynolds Study Guide III: Final Exam I. IDs Arms of Achilles The heroic code Ajax Teucer Tecmessa Salamis Chaeremon Euripides’ Helen Hermione Judgment of Paris Kidnapping of Helen Zeus’ Grand Plan Stesichorus’ Ode and Palinode Gorgias, Encomium of Helen Dioscuri (Castor and Pollux) Deus/dea ex machina Helen in Slavic folklore Petrushevskaia Athenian defeat of Melos Trojan Women Hecuba Andromache Astyanax Polyxena Euripides’ Hecuba Polydorus Phaeacians Nausicaa Circe Sirens Calypso Eunomaeus Irus Eurycleia Telemachus Iphitus Odysseus’ bow Antinous Eurymachus Leodes Laertes Katabasis Trial of Odysseus Aristeia
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CC 303, Fall 2008 Prof. Popov-Reynolds Oresteia Tantalus Pelops Atreus Thyestes Solonian sequence Aegisthus Clytemnestra hubris Epic cycle Nostoi Choephori Eumenides Electra Orestes Furies Ultimate taboos Areopagus Apollo’s embryology Misogyny Adrogyne Ephialtes Mythological determinism Plato Socrates Timaeus Critias Atlantis oreichalkos Pillars of Heracles
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