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Hesiode and Muses: the gift of truth and the conquest of speech





The depth and seriousness of Hesiode’s reflection on traditional epic heritage, both in terms of expressive heritage and the complex network of values and ideals, and, indeed, the principles of the poetic nature of the eppopée, are now well-established realities. In these circumstances, the almost literal takeover of the approximately 203 Odyssée XIX, ‘It appeared that many lies similar to the realities appeared’, by the worm...

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