Voice and Voices: Homer and the Stewardship of Memory
The primary narratives of the Iliad and the Odyssey, which we associate with the voice of the poet, are elaborated and enhanced by a number of other tales, secondary narratives that are in almost every case spoken by one or another of the storyteller's characters. There has been abundant discussion of the content of secondary tales of this thematic kind, especially those of the Iliad, and their relationship to the story proper. I shall use this wealth of secondary narrative as a resource as I...[Show more]
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