The Homeric Narrator
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The narrator of the Iliad and the Odyssey[…]belongs neither to the stories he tells nor to the real world. He is not a fictional character living in the heroic world of the epic, nor is he the historical author known as Homer.[…]This metacharacter, the Homeric narrator, is the subject of the present study. [from the Introduction]
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Vanderbilt University Press
Homer, rhetoric, narration, point of view, Greek epic poetry, Njáls saga, MCL Faculty Book Gallery
Arts and Humanities | Classical Literature and Philology | Classics | Comparative Literature
Richardson, Scott. The Homeric Narrator. Nashville, Tenn.: Vanderbilt University Press, 1990.