I am glad to have met people so devoted to Homer. I have to confess that I am a little ashamed, for my last posts may look somewhat contrasting with that devotion. I just want to say, in my painful English, that I think too that Homer is great, really, and I hope you do not consider a sacrilege my cold and insubstantial grammatical questions. All what I want is to read Homer without thinking in anything of that, just to listen what the muse sings, and not stopping her every second with some impertinent question of whatever this is an adverb, or something like that. Unfortunately, my mind has not any more the flexibility of a child's mind, who can learn in the natural, naivy way; far from that, I have to go through the hard way, I have first to struggle with the large army of preconceptions that I have. The problem is that I can't just remove them, they are just too rooted in my mind, but I hope at least to accomplish some peace accord between them and the strange thing that is Homeric Greek to them. If ever I accomplish that, all what I want is to throw the grammar through my window and just to read Homer as you can do it now.