Orality and early Greek epic: Jonathan Burgess
Prof. Jonathan Burgess (Toronto), ‘"Death (Apart) from the Sea": Teiresias' Prophecy and the Telegony’
'Using as a test case the seeming intertext/contradiction between the Homeric Tiresias’ prediction of Odysseus' death "[apart] from" the sea and the Telegony's apparent narrative of Odysseus' death "[coming] from" the sea, I will discuss the issue from various methodological angles, including intertextuality, neoanalysis, oral "performance traditions," and textual composition.'
This event is part of a series of free, online seminars on the topic of orality and early Greek epic, hosted by Frances Pickworth and Pantelis Michelakis at the University of Bristol. To find out more about the series, including other speakers, please visit the seminar homepage.
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