The Authoress of the Odyssey

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Chapter 1: The Importance of Inquiry

Chapter 2: The Story of the Odyssey

Chapter 3: The Preponderance of Woman in the Odyssey

Chapter 4: Jealousy for the Honour and Dignity of Woman

Chapter 5: Whether Penelope is Being Whitewashed

Chapter 6: The Character of Penelope, The Journey of Telemachus

Chapter 7: Further Indications That the Writer Is a Young, Headstrong, and Unmarried Woman

Chapter 8: Ithaca and Scheria Are Drawn From Trapani

Chapter 9: The Voyages of Ulysses Shown to be a Sail Round Sicily

Chapter 10: Further Details Regarding the Voyages of Ulysses

Chapter 11: Who Was the Writer?

Chapter 12: The Date Of The Poem

Chapter 13: Further Evidence in Support of an Early Ionian Settlement at Trapani

Chapter 14: That the Iliad Which the Writer of the Odyssey Knew Was the Same As What We Now Have

Chapter 15: Relation to other Poems of the Trojan Cycle and its Development by the Authoress

Chapter 16: Conclusion

This work was published before January 1, 1923, and is in the public domain worldwide because the author died at least 100 years ago.