Linguistics and Formulas in Homer: Scalarity and Description of the Particle Per
By: Egbert J. Bakker (author)Hardback
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The purpose of this study is to provide a description of the Greek particle per as it occurs in the text of Homer. As such it is a contribution to the study of Ancient Greek in general and of the Greek' particles in particular. But the work transgresses the boundaries of Greek linguistics' proper.First, the discussion of per as a scalar article contributes to the discussion of scalar phenomena in general. Second, as a description of a linguistic feature in the Iliad and Odyssey, metrical texts of oral-formulaic origin, this study is also an essay in the relation between linguistics on the one hand and formulas and metre on the other.
1. Preface; 2. 1. Introduction; 3. 2. The Linguistic Background: Scalarity; 4. 3. Scalarity and the particle per; 5. 4. Participles I: Linguistics; 6. 5. Participles II: Formulas and Metrics; 7. 6. Concessive Conditionals; 8. 7. Peripheral Instances; 9. 8. Overview; 10. Appendix; 11. References; 12. Index of Subjects; 13. Index of Names
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