Remarks on Gregory Nagy at age 70

back Laszlo Nagy Contemplating my father at age 70, I think to him when he was my age, 35, thirty-five years ago. This means I find myself in the odd situation of contemplating him when he was my age at my birth. I am reminded already then of his… Read more

Finismundo: The Last Voyage (Finismundo: A Última Viagem)

back Andrea Kouklanakis Abstract Finismundo: A Última Viagem (1990), written by the Brazilian poet Haroldo de Campos, uses Odysseus’ shipwreck as its foundational theme. In the Odyssey the question surrounding Odysseus’ death is articulated in ambiguous terms in book XI. Tiresias tells Odysseus that the hero will not… Read more

Homer and the Aegean Prehistorian

back Anthony Snodgrass With academic subjects as with people, many a close and intimate relationship can become cool and distant. It may even be broken off altogether, and replaced by a different relationship. In the case of academic disciplines, such a transfer of affections can lead to a radical… Read more

Le nom de Diomède

back Philippe ROUSSEAU Université Charles de Gaulle – Lille 3 UMR 8163 «Savoirs, Textes, Langage» Dans une démonstration qui a fait date Gregory Nagy, analysant à la suite de L. Palmer l’étymologie la plus probable du nom d’Achille comme une forme abrégée d’un nom *Akhí-lawos « dont le laos est… Read more

2 ou 3 choses que je sais de l’Iliade

back Natasha Bershadsky {1. The rain/opening credits [1] } Sheets and sheets of rain pouring over the Trojan plain. The rain falling on some dilapidated mudbrick structures. Zoom: the mudbrick slowly melting under the rain. Back to the broader view: now streams of water are… Read more