The Cosmic Myths of Homer and Hesiod
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Embedded in the narratives of the Homeric poems are a few passages which open windows on the ways in which the Homeric poet envisioned the cosmos around him. They occur as brief digressions, offering powerful but by no means consistent images, intruding into the narrative and then vanishing from it, but always prompted by some suitable context.--Homer's Comic Imagery.
Oral Tradition, 2/1 (1987): 31-53.
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