[Footnotes]

[Footnotes]
1
G. E. Dimock, while acknowledging that the tone of the passage is "stud- ied," a "tremendous concentration of meaning," even "grimly riddling," passes over the expression in question: The Unity of the Odyssey (Amherst, Mass., 1989) 296.
C. Segal, "Kleos and its Ironies in the Odyssey," AC 52 (1983) 44
2
I1. 6.311
Pl. Ion 535b 3-5.
3
B. A. van Groningen, "The Proems of the Iliad and the Odyssey," Mededelingen der Koninklijke Nederlandse Akademie van Werenschappen, Afdeeling Letterkunde 9.8 (1946) 279-94.
4
D. Gunn, "The Singer and His Tradition" (diss. Melbourne, 1966).
P. Bulman, "[Unrepresented Characters] in Pindar" (diss. Univ. Calif., Berkeley, 1989).
5
"An Alternative Nostos for Odysseus," LCM 6.7 (1981) 169.
K. Rüter, Odyseeinter- pretationen, Hypomnemata 19 (Göttingen, 1969) 36
P. Pucci, "The Proem of the Odyssey," American Classical Studies in Honor of J.-P. Vernant (Arethusa 15.1-2 [1982], 39-62)
D. M. Jones, "Ethical Themes in the Plot of the Odyssey," Inaugural Lecture, Westfield College (London, 1954)
6
J. Herington, Poetry into Drama (Berkeley and Los Angeles, 1985)
W. G. Thalmann, Conventions of Form and Thought in Early Greek Poetry (Baltimore, Md.. 1984) 113.
7
The Myth of Return in Early Greek Epic (New Haven, 1978).
G. W. Most, "Structure and Function of Odysseus' Apologoi," TAPhA 119 (1989) 15-30, esp. 27.
8
G. Nagy, Pindar's Homer (Baltimore, Md., 1990) 143 n. 40
D. Sansone, Greek Athletics and the Genesis of Sport (Berkeley and Los Angeles, 1988)
R. Seaford, "Homeric and Tragic Sacrifice," TAPhA 119 (1989) 87-95
R. P. Martin, Heal- ing, Sacrifice and Battle (Innsbruck, 1983).
9
Nancy F. Rubin and Harriet Deal come to part of the same conclusion: "Some Functions of the Demophoon Episode in the Homeric Hymn to Deme- ter," QUCC, n.s. 5 (1980) 7-21.
11
G. Crane, Calypso: Backgrounds and Conventions of the Odys- sey, Beiträge zur klassischen Philologie 191 (Frankfurt a.M., 1988), esp. 152
B. Fenik, Studies in the Odyssey, Hermes Einzelschrift 30 (Wiesbaden, 1974) 209ff.
12
C. Watkins, "Let Us Now Praise Famous Grains," PAPhS 122.1 (1978) 9-17
W. Burkert, Greek Religion (Cambridge, Mass., 1985) 58.
P. Vidal-Naquet, "Land and Sacrifice in the Odyssey," in R. L. Gordon, ed. Myth, Religion and Society (Cambridge, Eng., 1981) 80-94, esp. 90f.
13
M. Nagler, "On Almost Killing Your Friends: Aspects of Violence in Early Epic and Ritual," in J. M. Foley, ed., Current Issues in Oral Literature Research: A Memorial for Milman Parry (Columbus, Ohio, 1987) 395-433.
14
Seaford (above, n. 8) 90
15
W. Burkert, Homo Necans, tr. P. Bing [Berkeley and Los Angeles, 1983] 112-16).
M. Fernandez- Galiano and A. Heubeck, Homer: Odissea 6, in JHS 108 (1988) 218f.
16
J. S. Clay, The Wrath of Athena (Princeton, 1983), 24f.
B. Powell, Composition by Theme in the Odyssey (Meisenheim am Glan, 1977) 31.
above, n. 8: 31-33
Macbeth 1.5.39-41
L. Slatkin, "Genre and Generation in the Odyssey," [Unrepresented Characters] 1 (1986) 265.
17
W. F. Hansen, "The Conference Sequence: Patterned Narration and Narrative Inconsistency in the Odyssey," UCPCS 8 (Berkeley and Los Angeles, 1972) 22
Anthony Edwards, Achilles in the Odyssey, Beiträge zur klassischen Philologie 171 (Königstein, 1985) 35-38.
18
. . . . "indem es [Mythos] die ethische Bedeutung [des Handelns] durch bildliche Dar- stellung faßliche macht," Die Welt als Wille und Vorstellung, in Sämtliche Werke (Frankfurt, 1960) 1.483.
19
M. Nagler, "Toward a Semantics of Ancient Conflict: Eris in the Iliad," CW 82.2 (1988) 81-90
S. Murnaghan, "Trials of the Hero in Sophocles' Ajax" in M. Mackenzie and C. Rueché, edd. Images of Authority (Cambridge, 1989) 171-193, 179.
Sansone (above, n. 8: 52)
20
Violence and the Sacred, tr. P. Gregory (Baltimore, Md. 1978)
Des choses cachées depuis la fondation du monde (Paris, 1978).
21
M. Nagler, "Dread Goddess Endowed with Speech: A Study of Womankind in the Odys- sey," ArchN 6 (1977) 77-83.
"Dread Goddess Revisited," in S. Schein, ed., Reading the Odyssey: Selected Interpretive Essays (Princeton, 1990).
22
M. I. Finley, The World of Odysseus (New York, 1964) 59-61
W. Donlan, "Homeric [Unrepresented Characters] and the Land Economy of the Dark Age," MH 46 (1989) 129-45.
23
Aesch. Ag. 451ff. et passim.
26
Pucci (above, n. 5) 42.
27
E. Benveniste, Le vocabulaire des institutions indo-européennes (Paris, 1969) s.v. [Unrepresented Characters].
28
H. P. Foley, "Reverse Similes and Sex Roles in the Odyssey," Arethusa 11.1-2 (1978) 7-26
Od. 5.394f. and 23.233
Most (above, n. 7) 19
S. Murnaghan, Disguise and Recognition in the Odyssey (Princeton, 1987) 154.
29
Frame (above, n. 7) 17f., 64, etc.
31
Telemachus (16.443f.
Il. 9.488f. [after 481]
Benveniste [above, n. 27] s.v.
Eumaeus at 21.369
Apollo, 21.364f.
Most (above, n. 7) 25.
32
HH Dem. 319-442
Iliad 3. 16-37
Iliad 4. 23-42
L. Slatkin, "The Wrath of Thetis," TAPhA 116 (1986) 1-24.
33
Clay (above, n. 16) 37.
34
Il. 18.98-106, 324-32; 19.420-23; 22.104-10.
35
M. Nagler, "Artistic Inconsistency and Ethical Anxiety," in M. Griffith and D. Mastronarde, eds., Cabinet of the Muses: Festschrift for Thomas G. Rosenmeyer (Atlanta, 1990) 225- 40
W. G. Thalmann, "Thersites: Comedy, Scapegoats, and Heroic Ideology in the Iliad," TAPhA 118 (1988) 1-28.
36
Beowulf 572f.
37
Hesiod, Erga 143-55.
P. Pucci, Odysseus Polytropos (Ithaca, N.Y. 1987) 64f.
R. Goldman, Gods, Priests, and Warriors: The Bhrigus of the Mahâbhârata (New York, 1987).
Pucci [above, n. 5] 49-51)
G. E. Dimock's classic article "The Name of Odysseus" in G. Steiner and R. Fagles, edd., Homer (Englewood Cliffs, NJ, 1962) 106-121
Clay (above, n. 16) 60-62.
38
Nagler (above, n. 32) 106-10.
39
A. M. Miller, From Delos to Delphi: A Literary Study of the Homeric Hymn to Apollo (Leiden, 1986) ad loc.
Solon 3.27-29 Diehl
Od. 21.428-30
N. Austin, Archery at the Dark of the Moon (Berkeley and Los Angeles, 1975), 250f
40
Arist. Poet. 1459b24.
Nagler, "Dread Goddess Revisited" (above, n. 21).
41
A. C. Moorhouse, "'[Unrepresented Characters] and Some Other Negative Compounds," CQ, n.s., 11 (1961) 10-17
B. Hainsworth s.v. [Unrepresented Characters] in L.f.gr.E.
42
A. Renoir, A Key to Old Poems (University Park, Pa., 1988) 100f.
P. Walcot, "Odysseus and the Contest of the Bow: The Comparative Evidence," SMEA 25 (1984) 357-69.
G. K. Gresseth, "The Odyssey and the Nalopãkhyãna," TAPhA 109 (1979) 63-85
F. Létoublon, "Défi et combat dans l'Iliade," REG 96 (1983) 27-48.
Crane (above, n. 11) 138.
G. Rose, "The Unfriendly Phaeacians," TAPhA 100 [1969] 387-406
43
J. Redfield, Nature and Culture in the Iliad (Chicago, 1975) 183ff.
45
J. M. Duban, "Distortion as a Poetic Device in the Pursuit of Hektor and Related Events," Aevum 54.1 (1980) 21f.
W. F. Wyatt, "Homeric [Unrepresented Characters]," AJP 103 (1982) 246-276, 271.
Wyatt (270)
Il. 11.430
Pucci (above, n. 37) 60f.
Nagler (above, n. 19).
46
W. F. Hanson, "Odysseus' Last Journey," QUCC 24 (1977) 27-48
Girard, Des choses cachées (above, n. 20), esp. 184-87.
Sansone (above, n. 8: 116)
47
Fenik (above, n. 11) 99-103.
49
Walcot (above, n. 42) 360.
51
I. Eibl-Eibesfeldt, The Biology of Peace and War, tr. E. Mossbacher (New York, 1979) 46f. et passim.
E. L. Bundy, Studia Pindarica I: The Eleventh Olympian Ode [1962; repr. Berkeley and Los Angeles, 1986] 2
53
Violence (above, n. 20) passim.
Il. 4.13-19
54
"Ephorus and the Prohibition of Missiles," TAPhA 117 (1987) 157-82
Str. 10.1.12.
J. Roberts, Peacemaking in the Renaissance (Philadelphia, 1986) 8.
56
n. 39, above.
Eur. HF 571
Seaford (above, n. 8) 94 n. 34.
57
A. Brelich, Guerre, agoni e culti nella Grecia arcaica (Bonn, 1961)
G. Nagy, Best of the Achaeans (Baltimore, Md., 1979) 317-21
Sansone op. cit. (above n. 8)
D. I. Kertzer, Ritual, Politics and Power (New Haven, 1988).
58
J. Aho, Religious Mythology and the Art of War (Westport, Conn., 1981) 23.
59
Sansone (above, n. 8) 17.
61
M. Midgley, "Deterrence, Provocation and the Martian Temperament," in M. Blake and K. Pole, eds., Dangers of Deterrence: Philosophers on Nuclear Strategy (London, 1983)
F. Holroyd, ed., Thinking about Nuclear Weapons: Analyses and Prescriptions (Dover, Mass., 1985) 81.
P. Pucci, Hesiod and the Language of Poetry (Baltimore, Md., 1977) 131f., 135, 229.
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