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There is some speculation that the Hymn was written by a woman,
possibly Sappho (ca.630-570, BCE, see online article by Ann Suter, also the
translation by Diane Rayor, "Homeric Hymns," 2004, p.11. Sappho has also
been suggested as a possible author for the Homeric Hymn to Aphrodite
(see Richard Janko, "Homer, Hesiod and the Hymns," 1982/2007, 169-79).
Thus a number of books on Sappho and other Archaic Greek
women poets are included below.
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Agha-Jaffar, Tamara. Demeter and Persephone: Lessons from a Myth. Jefferson, N.C: McFarland & Co, 2002. Print.

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Allen, Thomas W. The Homeric Hymns. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1936. Print.

Arthur, Marilyn. "Politics and Pomegranates" in "The Homeric Hymn to Demeter, ed. by Helene P. Foley, (1994). Print.

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Beck, Deborah. Direct and Indirect Speech in the Homeric Hymn to Demeter, 2001. Internet resource.

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Callimachus, and Neil Hopkinson. Hymn to Demeter. Cambridge [Cambridgeshire: Cambridge University Press, 1984. Print.

Campbell, David A. Sappho and Alcaeus. Cambridge, Mass: Harvard University, 1990. Print.

Carlson, Kathie. Life's Daughter/death's Bride: Inner Transformations Through the Goddess Demeter/Persephone. Boston: Shambhala, 1997. Print.

Cashford, Jules. The Homeric Hymns. London: Penguin Books, 2003. Print.

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Chiang, Marguerite. Demeter's Mysteries: The Secret Path to Happiness. Berkeley, Calif: Creative Arts Book Co, 2002. Print.

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Connor, Robert W. "We Must Call the Classics before a Court of Shipwrecked Men." Classical World. Volume 104, Number 4, Summer (2011) Print.

Conty, Patrick. The Genesis and Geometry of the Labyrinth ; Architecture, Hidden Language, Myths, and Rituals. Rochester, Vt: Inner Traditions International, 2002. Print.

Christopoulos, Menelaos "Light and Darkness in Ancient Greek Myth and Religion" also edited by Efimia Karakantza, Olga Levaniouk, Lexington Books, 2010. Print.

Crudden, Michael. The Homeric Hymns. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2002. Print.

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Donovan, Josephine. After the Fall: The Demeter-Persephone Myth in Wharton, Cather and Glasgow /Josephine Donovan. Pennsylvania State University Press, (1989). Print.

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