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Mesg #90538 "RE: The origins of Homer's Odyssey?"
Author Weird Jim     Click to send email to this author Click to send private message to this author Click to view this author's profile Click to add this author to your buddy list
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Date Wed Mar-14-12 01:01 PM
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What I was trying to say is that, according to Herodotus, Homer adapted legend to the needs of dramatic poetry. The story was his starting point according to Herodotus and could be an example of how to adapt present day stories.


Weird Jim

"Good reading is the only test of good writing"
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The origins of Homer's Odyssey? [View all] , Weird Jim, Sat Mar-03-12 06:13 PM
  RE: The origins of Homer's Odyssey?, l_clausewitz, Mar 07th 2012, #1
RE: The origins of Homer's Odyssey?, Weird Jim, Mar 07th 2012, #2
      RE: The origins of Homer's Odyssey?, l_clausewitz, Mar 14th 2012, #3
           RE: The origins of Homer's Odyssey?, Weird Jim, Mar 14th 2012 #4

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