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By Irene J. F. de Jong

Accomplished commentaries at the Homeric texts abound, yet this statement concentrates on one significant point of the Odyssey--its narrative artwork. The function of narrator and narratees, tools of characterization and surroundings description, and the advance of the plot are mentioned. The learn goals to reinforce our figuring out of this masterpiece of eu literature. All Greek references are translated and technical phrases are defined in a word list. it truly is directed at scholars and students of Greek literature and comparative literature.

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