leaving behind his wife and his half completed house (nice detail).
Bart wrote:Halfway book 3 of the Iliad, some random remarks and observations from the perspective of a beginning reader of Homer
-Homer is great...Homer is great
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.
huilen wrote: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.
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