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The Narrative Voice in the Theogony of Hesiod
This volume analyzes the narrative structure of the Theogony to support the argument that this poem is a didactic poem explaining the position of man in the divine universe. It discusses how HesiodExpand
The Programmatic Message of the "Kings and Singers" Passage: Hesiod, Theogony 80-103
In Hesiod's Theogony, the "Kings and Singers" passage, lines 80-103, parallels the poem's Dichterweihe, lines 22-34, in that both portray contact between the Muses and mortals on whom they bestowExpand
Turning the Tables on the Audience: Didactic Technique in Solon 13W
SOLON'S GREAT ELEGIAC POEM, variously called the "Hymn to the Muses" and the "Elegy Eis Heauton," is an odd work, one that has been the subject of exhaustive and varied study. Owing in part to itsExpand
The Muses and the Mortal Narrator: How Gods Relate to Humankind in the Theogony
In the famous Dichterweihe passage of the Theogony, Hesiod receives inspiration from the Muses and a divine mandate to compose poetry. (1) The cryptic nature of the Muses' statement about "truth" andExpand
THE IMPLIED AUTHOR OF THE THEOGONY
This volume analyzes the narrative structure of the Theogony to support the argument that this poem is a didactic poem explaining the position of man in the divine universe. It discusses how HesiodExpand
INDEX NOMINUM AC RERUM
This volume analyzes the narrative structure of the Theogony to support the argument that this poem is a didactic poem explaining the position of man in the divine universe. It discusses how HesiodExpand
THE ‘AUTOBIOGRAPHICAL’ READING OF HESIOD
This volume analyzes the narrative structure of the Theogony to support the argument that this poem is a didactic poem explaining the position of man in the divine universe. It discusses how HesiodExpand
ANACHRONY IN THE THEOGONY
This volume analyzes the narrative structure of the Theogony to support the argument that this poem is a didactic poem explaining the position of man in the divine universe. It discusses how HesiodExpand
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