About halfway through Mary Lefkowitz's Greek Gods, Human Lives
and the book is, as hoped and expected, excellent. (I read her Not Out Of Africa: How Afrocentrism Became an Excuse to Teach Myth as History
about ten years back and it too was superb.) A sampling of chapter titles, "The Gods in the Iliad", "The Gods in the Odyssey", "The Gods in Drama I: Apollo and Orestes", "The Gods in Drama II: Apollo, Athena, and Others", "The Gods in Hellenistic Poetry", and "The Gods in the Aeneid", gives you an idea of what's covered. Makes a great supplement to anyone's collection of Greco-Roman classics; this old girl really knows her sh--, eh, stuff.