Edited By Kostas Myrsiades
“Reading” Homer through Oral Tradition (John Miles Foley)
“Reading” Homer through Oral Tradition John Miles Foley For beyond all mortal men the singers have a share of honor and reverence, since the Muse has taught them the pathways, for she loves the singers’ tribe. (Od. 8.479-81) Reading Homer today, n...
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