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Terms for Prof. Donahue’s lecture on Homer, September 16, 2009 James Joyce Ulysses (1922) “continuous parallel between antiquity and modernity” (T.S. Eliot on Joyce’s ‘mythic method) Homer’s The Iliad and The Odyssey Homeric epithets Irony Verizon Fios ‘dead zone’ Hades / Kingdom of the Dead / Underworld T.S. Eliot’s notion of tradition (network) Age of Bronze vs. Age of Irony Joyce (from Ulysses ) “the ineluctable modality of the visible”
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Unformatted text preview: cf. audible Hospitality in ancient Greece Episodes, Scenes , dialogue, speech, story, sentence and song Scylla and Charybdis Presentness Nausikaa Similes Function of Homeric simile Tropes Phemius / Demodocus Milman Parry Formulary (not formulaic) composition, using formulae Oral poetry Dactylic hexameter Phalanx / phalanges Jazz Improvisation Bend the Bow...
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