Fajardo-Acosta, Fidel

Condemnation of Heroism in the Tragedy of Beowulf a Study in the Characterization of the Epic
1989 0-88946-110-4
An interpretation of Beowulf as a disconfirmation of the heroic type in which the author argues that the poem is the vehicle of a strong anti-militaristic, anti-heroic, pacifist wisdom that he claims is the essence of epic literature.

Hero's Failure in the Tragedy of Odysseus a Revisionist Analysis
1990 0-88946-111-2
Demonstrates what the author sees as Homer's condemnation of the heroic world's values and its exaltation of the hero.

Influence of the Classical World on Medieval Literature, Architecture, Music, and Culture a Collection of Interdisciplinary Studies
1992 0-7734-9188-0
Essays examine the vigorous survival of classical culture, and the way it was embraced and absorbed in such a way as to create a medieval humanism in no way inferior to the culture of the Renaissance.

Serpent in the Mirror
1992 0-7734-0026-5