Within the study of the Iliad, few scholars have attempted to take a psychological look at the characters within the epic. This thesis takes a look at how the character of Achilles grieves and copes with the death of his companion, Patroclus, through the lenses of modern Coping Theory and Grief Psychology.
University of Minnesota M.A. thesis. May 2021. Major: Classical and Near Eastern Studies. Advisor: Hanne Levinson. 1 computer file (PDF); vii, 53 pages.
Sing, Muses, of the Grief of Achilles: An analysis of the grief of Achilles in the Iliad using Coping Theory and Grief Psychology.
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