Edited By Kostas Myrsiades
Feet, Fate, and Finitude: On Standing and Inertia in the Iliad (Kalliopi Nikolopoulou)
“Man stands alone, because man alone stands.” (Weston La Barre) I. Swift Feet and Winged Words Feet and fate seem to be curiously related in the ancient Greek tradition.The remark may strike us pedestrian at first (no pun intended), but Ihope to s...
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