The Making of Homeric Verse

The Making of Homeric Verse

The Collected Papers of Milman Parry

Book - 1971
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Milman Parry, who died in 1935 while a young assistant professor at Harvard, is now considered one of the leading classical scholars of this century. Yet Parry's articles and French dissertations--highly original contributions to the study of Homer--have until now been difficult to obtain.The Making of Homeric Verse for the first time collects these landmark works in one volume together with Parry's unpublished M.A. thesis and extracts from his Yugoslavian journal, which contains notes on Serbo-Croatian poetry and its relation to Homer. Adam Parry, the late son of the scholar, hastranslated the French dissertations, written an introduction on the life and intellectual development of his father, and provided a survey of later work on Homer conducted in Parry's glorious tradition.
Publisher: Oxford, Clarendon Press, 1971
ISBN: 9780198141815
Characteristics: lxii, 483 p., 2 plates. 2 ports. 24 cm
Additional Contributors: Parry, Adam d. 1971


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