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Author: J. Homer Herriott,Fernando de Rojas
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by J. Homer Herriott,Fernando de Rojas

Herriott, Homer J. Format: Book. by: de Rojas, Fernando. La Celestina by: Rojas, Fernando de ca. 1470-1541.

Herriott, Homer J. Published: Milwaukee: Madison, 1964.

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One or more ancient scholar or critic of Homer suspected a contradiction here, which gave rise to a Homeric problêma: Why would a god who sees all need a messenger? Among the Homeric scholia is evidence that Aristotle offered three solutions to this problem. My aim in this paper is to take a fresh look at the scholium that serves as the basis for this fragment from Aristotle’s Homeric Problems-namely schol. B ILIAD . 77a (fol. 47r)-and offer an improved interpretation of it. View.

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