[Footnotes]

[Footnotes]
1
A. Parry, ed., The Making of Homeric Verse: The Collected Papers of Milman Parry (Oxford, 1971).
2
D. Shive, Naming Achilles (Oxford, 1987).
Ruth Finnegan, Oral Poetry: Its Nature, Sig- nificance and Social Context (Cambridge, 1977)
3
M. Parry, "On Typical Scenes in Homer," CP 31 (1936) 357-60
A. Parry (supra, n. 1), 404-7, at 404
W. Arend, Die typischen Szenen bei Homer (Berlin, 1933).
A. B. Lord, The Singer of Tales (Cambridge, Mass., 1960)-hereafter, Lord.
4
M. Parry, "A Comparative Study of Diction as One of the Elements of Style in Early Greek Epic Poetry," in A. Parry (supra, n. 1) 426-27
"On Typical Scenes" (supra, n. 3), 405-6.
5
N. Austin, Archery at the Dark of the Moon: Poetic Problems in Homer's Odyssey (Berkeley and Los Angeles, 1975)
W. Thalmann, Conventions of Form and Thought in Early Greek Epic Poetry (Baltimore, 1984)
M. Lynn-George, Epos: Word, Narrative and the Iliad (London, 1988).
6
Levy, "Communicative Goals and Strategies: Between Discourse and Syntax," in T. Givón, ed., Syntax and Semantics, vol. 12, Discourse and Syntax (New York, 1979) 184.
E. J. Bakker, "Homeric Discourse and Enjambement: A Cognitive Approach," TAPA 120 (1990) 1-21.
7
infra
8
B. Fenik, Typical Battle Scenes in the Iliad (Wiesbaden, 1968).
9
Il. 5.472-92, 7.96-102, 13.726-47, 24.33-54.
R. P. Martin, The Language of Heroes (Ithaca, 1989) 44-45
E. Minchin, "The Interpreta- tion of a Theme in Oral Epic: Iliad 24.559-70," G&R 33 (1986) 11-19.
10
Lord 68-69, 78, 98.
11
Lord 94.
12
Lord 68, 71, 78, 98.
14
R. Schank and R. Abelson, Scripts, Plans, Goals and Understanding: An Inquiry into Human Knowledge Structures (Hillsdale, N.J., 1977): hereafter, Scripts.
Dynamic Memory (Cambridge, 1982).
15
S. Fleischman, Tense and Narrativity (Austin. 1990) 97-100
16
Scripts 9.
17
Scripts 3-5, 36-37
Schank and Abelson (4)
20
Scripts chap. 3 (and note the definition of the structure itself at 41).
Schank and Abelson claim (67)
R. Abelson, "Psychological Status of the Script Concept," American Psychologist 36 (1981) 715-29
21
Abelson (supra, n. 20: 719)
22
Scripts 17-19.
D. Tannen ("What's in a Frame? Surface Evidence for Underlying Expectations," in R. Freedle, ed., New Directions in Discourse Processing [Norwood, N.J., 1979] 137-44)
23
Scripts 67
24
Scripts 17-19, 46-50.
Schank and Abelson call a script pointer (19)
26
Scripts 61-66.
M. Dyer, In-Depth Understanding (Cambridge, Mass., 1983) chap. 10, "The Interpersonal Dimension."
27
A. Pawley and F. Syder, "Two Puzzles for Linguistic Theory: Nativelike Selection and Nativelike Fluency," in J. Richards and R. Schmidt, eds., Lan- guage and Communication (London, 1983) 191-226.
Erving Goffman ("Replies and Responses," Language in Society 5 [1976] 257-323)
29
infra
supra, n. 25
infra, n. 44
supra, n. 25
Il. 5.727-32
30
M. Nagler, Spontaneity and Tradition: A Study in the Oral Art of Homer (Berkeley and Los Angeles, 1974): hereafter, Nagler.
31
Nagler 20, 81-82.
F. Cairns, Generic Composition in Greek and Roman Poetry (Edinburgh, 1972).
32
supra.
35
supra, nn. 7, 24
E. Gülich and M. Quasthoff, "Storytelling in Conversation: Cognitive and Interactive Aspects," Poetics 15 (1986) 223- 24, 235-36.
Homer at Il. 9.193-221
Od. 14.33-110
Il. 4.210-19, 11.842-48
Il. 24.707-804
infra
37
supra, n. 35.
38
N. Austin, "The Function of Digressions in the Iliad," GRBS 7 (1966) 307-10
J. Russo, "Homer against His Tradition," Arion 7 (1968) 280
C. Segal, "Transition and Ritual in Odysseus' Return," PP 22 (1967) 342.
39
supra
Martin (supra, n. 9: 227-30)
40
supra.
41
J. Griffin, Homer on Life and Death (Oxford, 1980) xiii-xiv
M. M. Willcock, "The Search for the Poet Homer," G&R 37 (1990) 2-4.
Russo (supra, n. 38)
infra, nn. 46, 47.
42
Scripts 40-41
44
Il. 10.21-24
Od. 13.434-38
Il. 3.330-38
Il. 24.322-29
Il. 1.478-86
Il. 15.79-85
Il. 23.510-12, 778-79
45
Scripts 61-66, esp. 66.
46
Russo (supra, n. 38: 293-94)
supra
nn. 43, 44
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