2 edition of Der Homertext und die hellenistischen Dichter found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -183) and indexes.
|Statement||F. Steiner Verlag|
|Publishers||F. Steiner Verlag|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 60 p. :|
|Number of Pages||56|
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Powell edsA New Companion to Homer, Leiden: 55-100. It also features articles on Greek and Roman history, archaeology, epigraphy and numismatics. How to Read an Oral Poem. To our knowledge, no scholars other than ourselves have presented the argument that the unusual nature of the book may be explained by this very straightforward fact.
In order to do this they drew on a vast storehouse of traditional themes and phrases that worked within the meter or rhythm of the poetry. 5; 1998; 2000; forthcoming and F. Graziosi, Inventing Homer [Cambridge, 2002]. I will begin with W. In doing so, we will demonstrate how approaching the poem as an oral traditional epic can answer questions that are particularly vexing when using a literary approach. Although the model for projects in the humanities and in Homeric research is itself most often that of the individual genius working alone, we suggest that the collaboration we are proposing Der Homertext und die hellenistischen Dichter allow for a higher quality of research and analysis accomplished in a more timely manner.
Die Homervulgata als voralexandrinisch erwiesen.
Rengakos edsA Companion to Apollonius Rhodius Leiden, 2001 : 193-216. Such a framework is needed to account for the full reality of a complex medium of oral performance that underwent many changes over a long period of time. But the standard commentaries, including the most recent, do not for the most part engage this scholarship. Disguise and Recognition in the Odyssey. Volumen alterum rhapsodias XIII-XXIV et indicem nominum continens.
Scholarship directly related to Iliad 10  Bond, Robin Sparks. This individual poet is sometimes conceived of as literate, and at other times imagined as dictating the poems to another literate person. In a paper presented by Mary Ebbott at the 2006 Annual Meeting of the Classical Association of the Middle West and South, she has argued that some of these differences in language and style in the tragedy can also be connected to the nocturnal setting of the action within the drama.
These singers composed extremely long epic poems in performance.
Lehrs 1882 , which Ludwig energetically refuted at the time 1884: 43-44.