The Language of Heroes: Speech and Performance in the Iliad
Cornell University Press, 1989 - 265 páginas
Drawing on recent studies in ethnography and sociolinguistics, Richard Martin here sets forth a poetics of Homeric speeches, which he sees not merely as poetic creations but as the representation of an actual form of speaking in a traditional culture.
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