By G. P. Shipp
Professor Shipp's objective within the first version of this publication (published in 1953) used to be 'to study in as a lot aspect as attainable the advance of the language of the Iliad in a few of its normal positive factors, with cautious awareness to the spoken dialects concerned and to the effect of metre'. within the moment variation he widens the scope of his paintings to envision the Odyssey in addition to the Iliad, and he extends its aspect to incorporate syntax in addition to grammatical types and to hide questions of vocabulary extra comprehensively. The author's past conclusions are proven to be proven, and a huge additional outcome for the Odyssey has been to teach the common lateness of the language of moralizing passages.
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Is implied by the accentuation ITpoovas (Arcadia) in Paus. 2). Later Greek, mainly poetry, has 'TTPT]WV, 'TTPEWV. We must e~plain with LSJ 'Orig. ) 'TTPWV, 'TTPWVOS pI. ' ITpWOVES, -as will then perforce be late, and it is what we should expect that they occur only in similes: 3 e 557 = IT 299, M 282. Add also AUKovpyoV:4 Z 134 digression (Dionysus). - - v v: V I 2 Gr. Dial. III 57, and for adv. -ews from -,;S p. 5), Chantraine 63. Vocalcontr. , 298. Against the connexion of Xel'; with fovea see Walde-Hofmann LEW.
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