Homer’s Text and Language

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———. 2001b. “The Textualizing of Homer.” In Inclinate Aurem—Oral Perspectives on Early European Verbal Culture, ed. J. Helldén, M. S. Jensen, and T. Pettitt, 57–84. Odense.

———. 2001c. “Reading Bakhtin Reading the Classics: An Epic Fate for Conveyors of the Heroic Past.” In Bakhtin and the Classics, ed. R. B. Branham, 71–96. Evanston IL. http://nrs.harvard.edu/urn-3:hlnc.essay:Nagy.Reading_Bakhtin_Reading_the_Classics.2002.

———. 2001d. “Éléments orphiques chez Homère.” Kernos 14:1–9.

———. 2001e. “The Sign of the Hero: A Prologue.” In Berenson Maclean and Aitken 2001:xv–xxxv.

———. 2001f. “Η ποιητική της προφορικότητας και η ομηρική έρευνα.”Νεκρά γράμματα· οι κλασσικές σπουδές στον 21ο αιωνα, ed. A. Rengakos, 135–146. Athens.

———. 2001g. Electronic publication of all nine Introductions and all nine Bibliographies for Nagy 2001h: http://nrs.harvard.edu/urn-3:hlnc.essay:Nagy.Introductions_and_Suggested_Bibliographies.2001.

———. 2001h. Greek Literature. 9 volumes, plus nine introductions written by editor. New York.

———. 2001h1. Introduction. Vol. 1. The Oral Traditional Background of Ancient Greek Literature. ix–xv.

———. 2001h2. Introduction. Vol. 2. Homer and Hesiod as Prototypes of Greek Literature. ix-xvi.

———. 2001h3. Introduction. Vol. 3. Greek Literature in the Archaic Period: The Emergence of Authorship. ix–xiii.

———. 2001h4. Introduction. Vol. 4. Greek Literature in the Classical Period: The Poetics of Drama in Athens. ix–xii.

———. 2001h5. Introduction. Vol. 5. Greek Literature in the Classical Period: The Prose of Historiography and Oratory. ix–xi.

———. 2001h6. Introduction. Vol. 6. Greek Literature and Philosophy. ix–x.

———. 2001h7. Introduction. Vol. 7. Greek Literature in the Hellenistic Period. ix–x.

———. 2001h8. Introduction. Vol. 8. Greek Literature in the Roman Period and in Late Antiquity. ix–xi.

———. 2001h9. Introduction. Vol. 9. Greek Literature in the Byzantine Period. ix–x.

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———. 2010|2009. Homer the Preclassic. Printed | Online version. Berkeley and Los Angeles. http://nrs.harvard.edu/urn-3:hul.ebook:CHS_Nagy.Homer_the_Preclassic.2009.

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[ back ] 1. In the printed version of my Bibliography, as also in the footnote about ταρ in Ch.3, I mistakenly gave the date of this abstract as 1998. See Katz 2007, who corrects the date and offers a lively critique of my argumentation about ταρ as presented above at 3§88.

[ back ] 2. This addition to my Bibliography is explained in my note above under the entry for Katz 1996.

[ back ] 3. Important corrigendum: on p. 203 between “same line)” and “specified,” insert “of the marital bed; similarly, she ‘recognizes’ (ἀναγνούσῃ xix 250) as sēmata (same line) the clothes …” (in the present printed version, the reference to the marital bed as sēmata at xxiii 206 is distorted by a mistaken omission of the wording that needs to be restored here: by haplography, the mention of the marital bed is omitted, and this omission distorts the point being made about the clothes and brooch of Odysseus as sēmata in their own right at xix 250).

[ back ] 4. This piece is replete with printing errors. For a list of corrigenda, please write the author (gnagy@fas.harvard.edu).