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Homeric responses

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Published by University of Texas Press in Austin .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Greece.
    • Subjects:
    • Homer -- Technique.,
    • Epic poetry, Greek -- History and criticism -- Theory, etc.,
    • Oral tradition -- Greece.,
    • Oral-formulaic analysis.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references (p. 89-96) and index.

      StatementGregory Nagy.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsPA4037 .N347 2003
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxii, 100 p. ;
      Number of Pages100
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3674385M
      ISBN 100292705530, 0292705549
      LC Control Number2003008792

      TY - JOUR. T1 - Review of Gregory Nagy, Homeric Questions. AU - Olson, S D. PY - Y1 - M3 - Article. VL - SP - JO - RSR. JF - RSRAuthor: S D Olson. Homeric Responses Most of this book comes from work I have already published in a variety of far-flung settings. Some parts were commissioned for various projects distinct from my own. Most other parts, however, were originally conceived as ultimate components of the present book. What unites all the parts is a sustained interest in Homeric. The Panhellenic sanctuary at Delphi was the most important oracle in the Greek world. People in general and representatives of states in particular came from all over the Greek world and beyond to ask Apollo questions of every sort. The Pythia, the prophetess of Apollo, uttered the responses of .


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Aug 23,  · In Homeric Responses, Nagy presents a series of essays that further elaborate his theories regarding the oral composition and evolution of the Homeric epics.

Building on his previous work in Homeric Questions and Poetry as Performance: Homer 4/5(1). Dec 04,  · Homeric Responses book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers.

The Homeric Iliad and Odyssey are among the world's foremost epics. Yet, /5(11). Homeric Responsesbuilds on two earlier books,Homeric Questions() andPoetry as Performance: Homer and Beyond(), which dealt with respectively earlier and later phases in the evolution of Homeric amstrad.fun Homeric poetry I mean the poetic system underlying the poetic texts that we know as theIliadand theOdyssey.

“Homer” is used throughout this book as a cover term for. Homeric Responses builds on two earlier books, Homeric Questions () and Poetry as Performance: Homer and Beyond (), which dealt with respectively earlier and later phases in the evolution of Homeric poetry.

By Homeric poetry I mean the poetic system underlying the poetic texts that we know as the Iliad and the Odyssey. "Homer" is used throughout this book as a cover term Homeric responses book the Iliad. And how were the poems committed to writing. These uncertainties have been known as The Homeric Question, and many scholars, including Gregory Nagy, have sought to solve it.

In Homeric Responses, Nagy presents a series of essays that further elaborate his theories regarding the oral composition and evolution of the Homeric epics. Get this from a library. Homeric responses. [Gregory Nagy] -- "More than any other classicist, Nagy tries to uncover and explain the brilliance that can come from an oral tradition.

This is an important contribution to the field of Homeric poetics, more. Jan 01,  · And how were the poems committed to writing. These uncertainties have been known as The Homeric Question, and many scholars, including Gregory Nagy, have sought to solve it.

In Homeric Responses, Nagy presents a series of essays that further elaborate his theories regarding the oral composition and evolution of the Homeric epics/5(11). Jan 27,  · Pharr's Homeric Greek ( downloads) Download Clyde Pharr’s Homeric Greek – A Book For Beginners. At pages this Homeric Greek textbook is intended for the beginner with no Greek experience.

About synchronic and diachronic perspectives --About the evolutionary model --About dictation models --About cross-references in Homer --Homeric responses --Homeric rhapsodes and the concept of diachronic skewing --Irreversible mistakes and Homeric clairvoyance --The shield of Achilles: Ends of the Iliad and beginnings of the polis.

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G&S Typesetters PDF proof Prologue xi 8. Lord ; new ed., And how were the poems Homeric responses book to writing. These uncertainties have been known as 'The Homeric Question', and many scholars, including Gregory Nagy, have sought to solve it.

In "Homeric Responses", Nagy presents a series of essays that further elaborate his theories regarding the oral composition and evolution of the Homeric epics.

Gregory Nagy, Homeric Responses Prologue and Acknowledgments Introduction 1. Homeric Responses 2. Homeric Rhapsodes and the Concept of Diachronic Skewing 3. Irreversible Mistakes and Homeric Clairvoyance 4. The Shield of Achilles: Ends of the Iliad and Beginnings of the Polis Bibliography.

Book. Homeric responses. January In Homeric Responses, Nagy presents a series of essays that further elaborate his theories regarding the oral composition and evolution of the Homeric.

The link used to connect the textually based performance of drama and the oral performance of the Homeric poems is the use of ὑποκρίνεθαι to denote the responses seers and oracles give to their enquirers.

Just as oracular poetry matches exactly the events of the future, so Homeric poetry matches exactly the events of the past. Chapter 1. Homeric Responses. For Plato, a response from a book cannot foresee every question.

In the case of archaic contexts expressed by hupokrinesthai, by contrast, a response suffices to the extent that it has been made - in performance - to suit a question about a vision.

That is, such a response suffices so long as the meaning of. Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for Homeric Responses at amstrad.fun Read honest and unbiased product reviews from our users.4/5.

Homeric responses Homeric rhapsodes and the concept of diachronic skewing Irreversible mistakes and Homeric clairvoyance The shield of Achilles: Ends of the Iliad and beginnings of the polis. Subject headings Homer--Technique. Homeric responses [electronic resource] / Gregory Nagy.

Format E-Book Edition 1st ed. Published Austin: University of Texas Press, Description xii, p. ; 24 cm. URL Access for [All Campuses] - (Available on campus and off campus with authorized logon) Other contributors NetLibrary, Inc. Notes. Mar 06,  · The "Homeric Question" has vexed Classicists for generations.

Was the author of the Iliad and the Odyssey a single individual who created the poems at a particular moment in history. Or does the name "Homer" hide the shaping influence of the epic tradition during a long period of oral composition and transmission?In this innovative investigation, Gregory Nagy applies the insights of.

Buy Homeric Responses 1st by Gregory Nagy (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible amstrad.fun: Gregory Nagy. The Homeric community depended upon their heroes to defend its social and religious rites and all other facets of community life. Being a hero was a social responsibility that entitled a man to social status, and a warrior defined and justified his social status only on the battlefield.

Nov 30,  · A salient example of a pictured rhapsode is a painting that I had once chosen for the illustration that appeared on the cover of my book, Homeric Responses.

The same illustration appears on the cover of my posting here. Here is a brief inventory of observations that I found particularly useful in the book edited by R&T.

I choose Homeric Questions as the title of this book both because I am convinced that the reality of the Homeric poems, the Iliad and the Odyssey, cannot possibly be comprehended through any one Question, and because a plurality of questions can better recover the spirit of the Greek word zétema, meaning the kind of intellectual "question.

Apr 10,  · The Massacre In The Cellar | Time Team (English Civil War Documentary) | Timeline - Duration: Timeline - World History Documentaries Recommended for you. New. These uncertainties have been known as The Homeric Question, and many scholars, including Gregory Nagy, have sought to solve it.

In Homeric Responses, Nagy presents a series of essays that further elaborate his theories regarding the oral composition and evolution of the Homeric epics. "The Renewal of Epic" considers various modes of allusion to Homer in the "Argonautica" of Apollonius, dealing not only with similarities in phraseology but also with thematic and structural resemblances.

After an introduction, two chapters discuss Apollonian techniques in treating repeated Homeric scenes: sacrifice, shipwreck, boxing and battle. Homer was poor.

His scholars live at ease, Making as many Homers as you please. And every Homer furnishes a book. —J.V. Cunningham The Iliad and the Odyssey, traditionally attributed to Homer, may be the greatest epics in Western literature, but no one really knows where they came from.

The inquiry into this mystery—the effort [ ]. My earlier book, The Oral Nature of the Homeric Simile, identified series of repeated simile topics and common locations in the narrative with the goal of revealing the oral basis for the content of many of the similes as well as their placement.

The current book, directed at the aesthetic qualities that Homer sought in forming each simile Cited by: (source: Nielsen Book Data) Summary The "Homeric Question" has vexed Classicists for generations.

Was the author of the "Iliad" and the "Odyssey" a single individual who created the poems at a particular moment in history. Or does the name "Homer" hide the shaping influence of the epic tradition during a long period of oral composition and. Homeric Responses This book, much of which has been previously published in different formats, presents a series of essays in which Nagy examines the oral origins of Homeric epic and explores the relationship between the poet, and his poem, and his audience.

Price: $ Nevertheless, Carey succeeds in plumbing new depths, showing how Book Seven of the Histories is no less indebted to Homeric motifs and epic themes than is the case for other parts of Herodotus’ work, as numerous scholars have already demonstrated.

2 Certainly, it is in this book of Herodotus’ Histories that the historian narrates Xerxes. This book brings together papers presented at the international symposium Science and Technology in Homeric Epics, which took place at Ancient Olympia in It includes a total of 41 contributions, mostly original research papers, covering diverse fields of science and.

Dennis Ronald MacDonald (born ) is the John Wesley Professor of New Testament and Christian Origins at the Claremont School of Theology in amstrad.funald proposes a theory wherein the earliest books of the New Testament were responses to the Homeric Epics, including the Gospel of Mark and the Acts of the amstrad.fun methodology he pioneered is called Mimesis amstrad.funutions: Claremont School of Theology.

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Reviews & Responses that is the lasting prize of the book, and not its stake in a modern Homeric Question. (Based on an analogy with the prosody of Vedic Sanskrit, which was first proposed by W. Sidney Allen, the theory applies illuminatingly to the classical Latin cognate as well as the Greek.).

Jul 18,  · Introduction to the Odyssey (Part 3): Greek religion and the Homeric epics Posted on 07/18/ by originalliterature The purpose of this third and penultimate part of my introduction to the Odyssey focuses on how an ancient Greek and a modern reader can understand the portions of the Iliad and the Odyssey portraying gods and goddesses.

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May 17,  · The Iliad: A New Translation. Caroline Alexander is the author of the bestselling book The Endurance: he has most recently published Homeric Responses and Homer's Text and Language as well as edited or co-edited various volumes and written almost a hundred articles and reviews.

Nagy has lectured widely in North America and Europe on a. Homeric interpretation an interesting reconstruction of what a Homeric passage sounded like, as originally performed, in connection with the fact that the responses of the Delphic oracle were regularly in "dactyl hexameters, the meter of epic poetry".) A line of .Home» By Gregory Nagy» Trying to read the Will of Zeus Trying to read the Will of Zeus.

May 26, HR = Homeric Responses (), and H24H = The Ancient Greek Hero in 24 Hours (). I can be certain in making this claim of consistency because I ran a word-search in all four books. as the book of Jim Marks has shown clearly.The warriors in Book IX are symbolic ambassadors from Agamemnon to Achilles.

oratory oratory, the art of speaking, was one of the classical areas of learning for ancient Greeks. A classical oratory consisted of prescribed sections: exordium, narratio, and conformatio. (See the Analysis on Book IX for a .