Homeric voices: discourse, memory, gender

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Autor/es
Minchin, Elizabeth
ISBN13
9780199280124
ISBN10
0199280126
Tipo
LIBRO
Páginas
310
Año de Edición
2007
Encuadernación
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Editorial:
OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS
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Homeric Voices is a study, from a compositional point of view, of the substantial speeches and exchanges of speech that Homer depicts in his songs. Drawing on research in sociolinguistics, discourse analysis, and cognitive psychology, Elizabeth Minchin considers the words that Homer attributes to his characters from two perspectives, as cognitive and as social phenomena. She asks how the poet worked with memory to generate the speech forms that he represents; and how
Homeric speech constructs and reveals the social hierarchies that are bound up with age, status, and gender - with particular interest in gender - in the world of the poems.
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