[Footnotes]

[Footnotes]
1
John Miles Foley's (1991: 6-8, 23-25)
Foley speaks of a pars pro toto, metonymic relationship in this connection, epithets, for example, being characterized as "metonymic pathways to the conjuring of personalities," 1991: 23.
Foley (1992: 281-82).
Gregory Nagy (1990b: 23).
2
Bauman (1992: 127-28)
3
Gregory Nagy's (1990a: 30-36)
4
Tannen (1985; 1989: 9-35).
Chafe (1982)
Gumperz (1982).
5
Bakhtin's remarks (especially in his essay "The Problem of Speech Genres" [Bakhtin 1986: 60-102])
6
Reddy (1979)
Lakoff and Johnson (1980: 10-13)
Bakker (1993b)
7
Gumperz (1982
1992)
(1992: 230)
Bauman (1992: 128)
9
Bakker (1993b).
Clanchy (1979)
Bauml (1980: 249-53)
Schaefer (1991)
Paul Zumthor's (1987: 21)
Schaefer 1992
Fleischman (1989
1990a
1990b
1991)
10
Chafe (1980
1987
1988
1990).
11
Chafe (e.g., 1980: 13)
12
Chafe (1988: 10-11)
Schiffrin (1987: 150).
13
The Pear Stories, edited by Chafe (see Chafe 1980), pp. xi-xviii.
14
Chafe (1980: 34).
15
Chafe himself (1980: 27)
16
Edwards' (1991: 44-48)
18
Wyatt (1988)
Nagy's (1990a: 30-34)
19
Bakker (1990).
20
Janko 1992: 368
21
Beekes (1972)
Bakker (1988: 165-68).
22
Frankel (1926)
Porter (1951)
Kirk (1966
1985: 17-24)
Edwards' (1966
1991: 42-44)
Nagy's (1976
1990b: 18-35)
23
Visser (1987: 74ff., 145ff.
1988).
Il. 16, 463
Il. 15, 430
25
Parry's (1929)
Bakker (1990)
26
Bakker (1990: 5-6)
Bakker (1993a)
28
Il. 15, 447; 16, 789.
29
Xen. An. I, 1, 1
Bakker (1993a).
30
Il. 11, 472
32
Il. 4, 491; 5, 148; 8, 125-26; 8, 302; 20, 321-22; etc.
33
Denniston (1954: 328, 359).
34
Ruijgh 1981
35
Brugmann-Thumb (1913: 630)
Denniston (1954: 203).
36
Risch 1969
37
Labov (1972)
Hopper (1979)
Dry (1983)
Reinhart (1984)
Fleischman (1990a).
Bakker (1991).
38
Latacz (1977: 68-81, esp. 78)
39
Bauman (1992)
41
Fleischman (1990a: 64-93, 263-74
1991).
42
Denniston (1954: 32-43)
Grimm (1962)
43
[Unrepresented Characters] in vv. 344, 346.
44
Edwards (1991: 329)
45
Willcock (1984) ad loc.
Hesiod's famous [Unrepresented Characters], WD 11.
Denniston (1954: 36-37).
46
Chafe (1990)
Arnheim (1969)
Gombrich (1959).
47
Martin (1989).
Nagy (1990b: 202-22).
48
De Subl. (c. 15)
IO 6, 2, 29 ff.
Plato's Ion (535b-e).
49
Ong (1988).
Plato's Ion, where the concept [Unrepresented Characters] is actually used (535a).
50
Visser (1987: 91-92).
Bakker and Fabbricotti (1991).
51
Foley's (1991
1992)
note 1 above.
54
Bakker (1993b)
55
Chafe (1987: 26-28)
56
Bauman (1992: 127-28) and note 2 above.
57
Il. 11, 309; 12, 307; 16, 644; 22, 410.
58
Plat. Resp. 393b-c
59
Matthews 1980
Edwards (1987: 37-38)
Richardson (1990: 170-74)
Martin (1989: 235-36)
60
Hymes (1975)
Wolfson (1982: 40)
61
Dodds (1951: chap. 1).
62
Plato's Ion and Phaedrus
[Unrepresented Characters], Ion 542a4
Dodds (1951: chap. 3).
63
Il. 14, 508-12

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