By Joseph. Manuel Fernandez-Galiano. Alfred Heubeck Russo
This can be the 3rd and ultimate quantity of a presentation in English of a statement on Homer's Odyssey compiled via a global group of students and released in Italian lower than the auspices of Fondazione Lorenzo Valla. during this quantity each one element of remark is preceded by way of introductions facing the books in query. For this English model the creation and statement were completely revised and tailored to the textual content of T.W. Allen within the Oxford Classical Texts series.
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Com m entators divide over whether this word, a hapax Ugomenon, m eans ‘w ould scorn it’ (from ύπέροπλος, ‘arrogant’) or ‘w ould overpower it’ (from δπλον, ‘w eapon’), a division that goes back to the scholia and admits no easy solution. , records that Aristarchus gave the second interpretation. ). e. no man could surpass it in accoutrements. T his interpretation is supported by δπλισθεν δε γυναίκες, xxiii 143, describing the servingw om en of the household adorning themselves, in order to give the illusion of a w edding feast as ordered by O dysseus.
From this point on, however, every speech of Eum aeus is intro duced by the second-person form ula (twelve instances). e. toward the second person] because the apostrophe, however m ildly it is felt, was appropriate to the sense of E um aeus’ character . . w hich he w ished to impose on the audience’ (p. 21). Like Eum aeus, the two people singled out for repeated apostrophe in the Iliad, Patroclus and M enelaus, are, as Parry shows, personages that H om er is especially interested in, whose character ization is therefore com plex, consistent, and built up with a variety o f subtle touches.
290 - 327 . O dysseus’ old dog A rgus recognizes his m aster after a twenty-year absence: one o f the most fam ous episodes in the poem , brief yet highly effective in its structure, and crucial in its placem ent here at the m om ent that the long-absent king is about to enter his own halls again. T h is sig nificant m om ent o f returning w ou ld otherwise go unm arked b y any special emphasis. H om er’s norm al em phasizing device is to depict the strong em otional reaction o f one or m ore characters.
A Commentary on Homer’s Odyssey: Volume III: Books XVII-XXIV by Joseph. Manuel Fernandez-Galiano. Alfred Heubeck Russo