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General Index

ABC-scheme, 11619, 12122

Activation, 4546, 58, 91, 93, 103, 105, 10811, 131. See also Consciousness, Reactivation

Active information, 45, 87n. 4, 9394, 107n. 39, 163

Adding style, 2, 35, 3839, 4143, 53, 88, 115, 135, 147, 149

Addition, 85, 8899, 132, 145, 185, 199200

Agent, 6466, 9396, 101, 103, 1056, 108, 178, 181

Agreement (syntactic), 9697, 1068, 14445

Allà (particle), 117

Anacoluthon, 102, 104, 1078

Analogy, 1315, 194

Anaphoric pronoun, 92, 96, 199200

And (conjunction), 43, 4849, 88

Androktasia, 57, 1058, 11519

Antiaction, 16970, 172, 179, 192

Anticipation:

metrical, 12728, 138, 147, 152

syntactic or semantic, 3839, 54, 61, 73, 85, 8889, 108, 113, 145, 155

Antimetry, 15355

Apostrophe, 17273

Appearance. See Epiphany

Apposition, 4043, 51, 88, 9091, 96, 103, 135

Appositional relative clause, 91, 108

Ara (particle), 51, 78n. 64, 101, 110n. 43, 178n. 67, 2045

Archaic style, 4043, 120

Aristeia, 86n. 1, 177

Aristotle, 3638, 49, 12629

Artificial language, 1316, 139n. 31, 142, 209

Auerbach, E., 55n. 3, 67n. 31

Autàr (particle), 96, 100, 10911, 191nn.1314

Author, as maker, 15, 27, 158, 166, 175

Background, 67, 121

Bakhtin, M., 44, 47, 77

Battle narrative, 40, 5758, 6061, 6870, 1018, 11518, 177

Beginning, 38, 5960

Bolinger, D., 15758

Boundary, 71n. 41, 13132, 15253

Boundary marker, 51, 63, 65n. 25

Bucolic diaeresis, 151, 15354

Caesura, 50, 14751, 164. See also Meter, Hexameter

Canon, 31

Catalogue, catalogic, 55, 56n. 5, 5960, 6869, 72, 91, 99, 102, 107, 110n, 11517, 134

Chafe, W., 42, 4549, 5152, 7778, 87, 99, 103, 131, 134

Chant, 13337

Chantraine, P., 4041

Chiasmus, 100103, 119, 122, 139n. 32

Cicero, 37, 13943

Clanchy, M. T., 2526

Close up, 57, 69, 8889, 9599, 103, 106, 108, 11213. See also Vision and visualization, Perception

Clustering of formulas, 91n. 9, 107n. 40, 193n. 21

Cognition, cognitive, 30, 13036, 140, 146, 148, 156. See also Consciousness

Colon, 140n. 33, 145, 14850, 16465, 203

Commemoration, 16566

Commiseration formula, 173, 19294

Conception, 89, 3536, 44n. 15. See also Oral, Literate conception of language, Speech

Consciousness, 30, 4450, 52, 54, 56, 58, 63, 69, 7578, 80, 93, 95, 99, 111, 12938, 148, 155

Continuation, 6271, 77, 7985, 102, 145, 152, 163

Contrast, 8384, 100101, 143, 145

Coordination, 7071, 80. See also Parataxis

Dé (particle), 51, 6271, 7475, 7985, 88, 9293, 96, 100, 102, 1045, 1089, 111, 143, 145, 163, 191, 197, 2045

Dḕ (particle), 51n. 37, 7576, 7879

Denniston, J. D., 112

Deroutinization, 18687

Description, 55n. 3, 5658, 64, 6769, 113, 181

Diachrony, 189

Dialogism, 7477, 7981

Diectasis, 209

Digression, 55n. 3, 113n. 50, 114, 118, 121

Dionysius of Halicarnassus, 36

Direct speech. See Impersonation

Discourse. See Speech

Discourse analysis, 3, 35, 13839, 207

Economy, of formulaic systems, 1012, 185, 187, 190, 203

Ecphrasis, 57

Enargeia, 7779

Enclitics, 51, 101

Enjambement, 36n. 2, 110, 15255

Epic event, 2, 16669, 173, 17581. See also Performance

Epic regression, 11415, 119

Epiphany, epiphanic, 77, 110n, 16783

effected by noun-epithet formula, 16265, 16869, 17480, 18991

Epithet:

as essential property, 91, 93, 161, 203

as peripheral element, 185, 200205

Evidence and evidentiality, 55, 7579, 205

Expansion:

as addition, 55n. 3, 68, 9091

as aesthetic, 5455, 90, 189, 2025

across speech units, 185, 189, 19799, 2036

within speech units, 18586, 189, 200206

Extension, of formulaic systems, 1012, 187, 190

Eyewitness, 55, 137

Fate, 16566, 167n. 24, 169, 179n. 70

Finnegan, R., 1819, 23

Focus:

of consciousness, 4549, 5052, 56, 6364, 72, 87, 95, 97, 135, 149, 15253, 202

linguistic concept, 65n. 25

of vision, 56, 6768, 8485, 88, 90, 102, 105, 10810

See also Activation, Consciousness, Intonation unit

Foley, J. M., 16061

Folk sermon, 13336, 146

Ford, A., 77

Foreground, 67, 121

Form (vs. content), 911, 42n. 13, 13738

Formula:

definition of, 1112, 185

essential idea of, 15, 185, 2034

as form, 910, 15, 137

as idiom, 1516, 157, 18687

and oral poetry, 916, 24, 39, 156

receptional function of, 2425

as stylized intonation unit, 53, 9293, 98, 15657

Formulaic style, 1013, 68. See also Oral

Framing, frame, 8889, 95, 100108, 110, 11721, 145, 152, 163, 185, 202

Future (status of epic song), 16566, 179n. 70, 181

Gar (particle), 51n. 37, 11215, 117

Goal, 63, 1034, 108, 11321. See also Anticipation, Framing, Preview

Gorgias, 14245

Grammar, 42n. 13, 65, 74, 102, 119, 15758

as increasing fixity, 190, 19394. 208

of poetry, 187206

Grammaticalization, 186n. 3, 208n. 2

Havelock, E., 22

Herodotus, 42n. 13

Hexameter, 4950, 95, 126, 14754, 188

Hiatus, 50n. 33, 154

Homeric Question, 189

Hyperbaton, 139nn.3132

Hypotaxis, 41, 62, 12729, 155. See also Periodic and unperiodic style

Idioms, 15758, 186, 189, 190, 193

Iliad:

plot of, 168, 17078, 193

poetics of, 181

as secondary action, 16680

Image, 52, 5657

Impersonation, 78n. 61, 164, 16769, 17273, 191

Inclusion, 7174

Indo-European syntax, 4041, 9697, 99, 106, 135n. 17

Inscription, 2829

Inspiration, 13637

Intonation, 47, 49, 51, 135, 142

Intonation unit:

as added name, 65, 9296, 100, 1089, 199200

as adding unit, 9098, 106, 112, 135, 152, 16364

basis for stylization and enhancement, 125, 130, 13435, 13945

as clause, 64, 9598, 101, 104, 106

as colon, 14042, 145, 14751

defined, 4748

as formula, 50n. 33, 53, 147, 15657

as frame, 10011, 114, 120, 131, 144, 185

as “line,” 48, 50, 134, 144, 207

as metrical unit, 129, 14752, 155, 187, 2023

as noun-epithet formula, 97, 111, 163, 185, 199

and the “one new idea constraint,” 99, 103

and orientation, 8790, 102, 131

recurrence of, 156

and rhythm, 130, 13435, 14046

as starting point, 8085, 89, 9495, 1013, 115

typical syntax of, 49, 5152, 63, 70, 8385, 9599, 1018, 126

Involvement, 7576, 7880, 138, 141

Isocrates, 37

Kaί (particle), 63, 7174, 118, 178n. 66, 2045

Kalevala, 147

Kirk, G. S., 2021, 40, 42, 15051

Kléos, 2, 45n. 21, 118n. 58, 16567, 17071, 175n. 54, 179, 181, 188

Krischer, T., 60, 86, 99

Kunstprosa, 128, 139, 142, 155

Kunstsprache, 1314, 16, 128, 155, 209. See also Artificial language

Left-dislocation, 100

Lexis eiroménē. See Periodic and unperiodic style

Listener:

cooperation of, 54, 61, 7577, 80

participation of in performance, 13435, 141, 146

participation of in story, 7980

Literate conception of language, 3, 13, 39, 70, 8081, 94, 105, 136, 158, 160

Lord, A., 1, 12, 2122, 2427, 147, 156, 185, 187

Medium, 1, 79, 36, 3839. See also Conception, Speech, Text, Writing

Meillet, A., 15n. 27, 4041, 97n. 20

Meister, K., 13

Memorization, 12829, 136

Memory, 46, 52, 61n. 18, 68, 78, 136n. 22

Men (particle), 51n. 37, 8085, 102, 1045, 113, 115, 143, 145

Mental picture. See Scene

Meter:

dependence of language on, 13, 187

emergence of, 2, 126, 130, 14648, 155, 184, 18789, 205, 208

as a (grammatical) structure, 18485, 18790, 195206

and intonation units, 50, 93, 98, 126, 129, 14751, 184

as a period, 37, 129, 14555, 165

regularity of in writing, 20910

See also Hexameter, Special speech

Metonymy, 16061

Middle Ages, 23, 2526, 27n. 28, 55n. 4

Mimesis, 58, 73

Monologic discourse, 77, 82

Mouvance, 27n. 28

Movement. See Path of song or speech, Speech

Muses, 55, 5862, 78, 13738, 166

Mûthos, 78n. 63, 16769

Myth, 161, 163, 165, 175, 181

Nagy, G., 21, 14647, 208n. 3

Names:

added to clause, 9495, 111

hexametric profile of, 17074, 176

preceding a clause, 100107, 10911

Noeîn (verb), 17477, 178n. 65, 180, 182

Norden, E., 41, 144

Nóstos, 175n. 54, 182

Noun-epithet formula:

as added name, 9293, 9596, 11011, 118

bridging past and present, 2, 167

coding a founding action, 16770, 189

complementing a staging formula, 16465, 170, 184, 18996

context of, 16165

effecting an epiphany, 11718, 16265, 16780, 191, 196

frozen syntax of, 191

grammatical context of, 180, 19095

literal meaning of, 15961, 167

metrical function of, 159, 167, 195, 197204

as optional phrase, 198204

role in the emergence of the hexameter, 170, 18788, 191, 201

stages in the development of, 189

stylized intonation unit, 15657, 185

systems of, 1012

traditional meaning of, 16061

See also Epithet, Formula

Nucleus (metrical), 72, 185, 2016

Object (direct and indirect), 9598, 1068, 163

Odyssey; 56n. 5, 61, 18083

O’Nolan, K., 188

Oral:

as conception of a discourse or text, 89, 17, 31, 3536, 15859, 207

vs. literate, 2, 89, 19, 2223, 32, 35

as property of texts, 810

in sense of “phonic,” 78, 17, 25

and traditional, 1016

and writing, 1822, 2425

Oral composition, 10, 1213, 1920, 2225, 3839, 41, 98, 128, 15556, 160, 195

Oral-dictated text, 2122, 2627

Orality:

criterion for, 68

in historical perspective, 7, 2223, 207

vs. literacy, 9, 1819, 2224, 28, 32, 35, 39, 207

Oral poetics, 39

Oral poetry:

as a class of literature, 9, 18, 22, 24, 38, 207

in historical perspective, 1, 7, 31

as literate construct, 7, 23, 32

in medial sense, 1, 79

as special speech, 17

Oral style, 16, 24, 3839, 4243, 1078, 156

Orientation, 8689, 99, 105, 11222, 145. See also Framing, Goal, Preview

Originality, 10, 1315, 2021, 15760, 179n. 70, 18687

Orthography, 209

Oûn (particle), 51n. 37, 115

Panhellenism, 21, 31 n.41, 55n. 2

Parataxis, 2, 35, 4143, 51, 62, 88, 115, 122, 12728

Parry, M., 12, 816, 22, 36, 3839, 41n. 53, 92, 147, 156, 159, 185, 187, 190, 197n. 28, 200203

Participant, 84, 88, 101, 1068, 16364. See also Agent

Past, conception of the, 166

Path of song or speech, 6062, 67, 8688, 9395, 112

Patroklos, 17275

Pause, 131

Pear Film project, 4243, 45, 48, 87

Perception, 5657, 6768, 73, 7576, 113

relation between Homeric characters, 11011, 164, 17377, 192

See also Vision and visualization

Performance, 1, 2021, 128, 13536, 142, 15556, 161, 163, 2089

performance time, 5460, 6669, 84, 90, 93

as secondary action, 16681

and text, 3132

Period, 36, 127

metrical, 129, 14555

syntactic, 127, 142, 14547, 150, 155

See also Periodic and unperiodic style, Hexameter

Periodic and unperiodic style, 3639, 42n. 13, 49, 59, 62, 85, 90, 94, 12629, 145, 155

Peripheral element, 18586, 2016

Philology, 3, 13, 35, 36n. 3, 42, 100, 207

Pleasure, 3738

Presence, 77, 173, 179

Present moment, 46, 61, 7879, 161

Preview, 8788, 99, 102, 104, 11317. See also Anticipation, Goal, Orientation

“Primitive” style, 2, 4143, 62, 70, 112

Progression.See Continuation

Prose, 12829, 13845, 155

Protasis, 145, 150, 179

Punctuation, 27n. 28, 49, 52

Radlov, V., 137

Reactivation, 9394, 10811. See also Activation, Consciousness

Reading, 19, 2628, 3031. See also Speech, Text, Writing

Reanalysis, 195201

Reception, 2324, 2728, 44, 130, 210

Recording. See Text, Transcription, Writing

Recreation, 21. See also Repetition

Recurrence, 115, 119, 15759, 161, 18689, 208

Reenactment. See Performance

Referent of discourse, 17n. 31, 61, 77, 80, 8385, 145, 15961

Relational (pronoun), 108, 11011, 117, 16364, 17374, 192, 199

Repetition, 1516, 2021, 120, 15758, 160, 18687

Reversal passage, 7374, 17880

Rhapsode, 20, 31

Rhetoric, 128

differentiated from poetry, 14144

of the hexameter, 14855

as speech presentation, 13036, 139, 146

theory of, 3738, 61n. 18, 13845

Rhythm, 12832, 13438, 14045, 186

Ricoeur, P., 29

Right-dislocation, 94

Rig-Veda, 147

Ring composition, 2, 35, 11922, 126, 139n. 32

Rising threefolder, 15052

Rosenberg, B., 13334, 136

Routinization, 18687, 18995

Rubin, D., 56

Russo, J., 90

Saussure, F. de, 15

Scene, 64, 66, 69, 8384, 87, 107

Script, 31. See also Transcript

Scriptio continua, 27n. 28, 30n. 40

Segmentation, 48, 5152, 93, 13940, 186, 210

Selection, 54, 58, 90

Sentence, 36, 49, 61, 64, 68, 70, 9495, 99, 100, 1038, 122, 14546, 152

Silence, 143

Simile, 121

South Slavic verse, 147

Speaker, as doer, 15859

Special speech:

authority of, 31, 78n. 63, 80, 136, 167

emerging from speech, 14650, 155, 208

everyday speech vs., 2, 14, 1617, 2425, 5253, 61, 93, 98, 115, 120, 12526, 130, 133, 13846, 155, 20710

founding action of god or hero, 16769, 172

as oral poetry, 2, 17

as performance genre, 129, 14246

as poetry, 126, 136, 148, 208, 210

remote source of, 78, 13638, 205

as secondary action, 16680

specialization of meaning in, 15657, 16061, 184

See also Performance, Speech, Stylization

Speech:

alternative to orality, 1, 17, 35, 39

always in context, 105, 1078, 120, 122, 159, 161

as behavior, 105, 130, 139, 15759, 162, 186, 2078

conception different from writing, 89, 36, 94, 105

and consciousness, 30, 4449, 54

as event, 44, 136, 15859, 162

fictional speech, 29

formularity of, 15759

fragmented style of, 47, 88, 99, 143

interactive nature of, 7485

and linearity, 5658, 60, 6768, 77, 93

as medium opposite to writing, 1, 78, 3536, 122, 152, 2078, 210

as model for transcript, 43

as movement, 6063, 70, 84, 86, 99, 11213, 117

poetic properties of, 136, 139

as process or flow, 3, 4449, 54, 61, 6465, 70, 74, 80, 84, 9394, 101, 107, 112, 12021, 130, 13435, 141, 148, 155, 158, 164, 202, 207

redundancy in, 98, 19899

as ritual, 159, 162, 184

speech act, 54, 80, 159

speech genre, 128, 135

temporal dimension of, 5458, 6668, 73, 79, 80, 94, 120, 202

and traditionality, 15, 21

See also Intonation unit, Performance, Special speech

Speech unit. See Intonation unit

Staging, 1067, 113, 167, 17080, 201

in the Odyssey, 18082

Staging formula:

as context for noun-epithet formula, 18995

defined, 164

distribution of, 16770, 17383

properties of, 163, 17374, 194

Starting point (in speech process), 76, 8485, 94, 99, 1023, 1078, 11215, 120, 174, 185, 199

Story time, 6769, 84

Structuralism, 15

Style, 2, 10, 3637, 42, 84, 93, 100, 125, 128, 130, 13940, 142. See also Adding style, Archaic style, Parataxis, Periodic and unperiodic style

Stylization, 2, 17, 2425, 31, 53, 58, 61, 92, 98, 130, 133, 15557, 159, 18587, 198200, 208. See also Speech, Special speech

Subject (syntactic), 6465, 9698, 100, 103, 1068, 110

Subordination, 38, 41, 42n. 13

Suprasyntax, 2, 42n. 13, 89, 99, 122

Svenbro, J., 2829

Switch (to scene or participant), 6566, 8485, 93, 96, 10811, 17778, 199

Syntax, 4849, 5152, 99, 157

System, 1011, 15, 24, 187, 190. See also Formula

Text:

composed by speaking, 2627

of the Homeric poems, 1922, 2627, 3032, 43, 20810

as medium, 1, 3, 30, 207

as product, 44, 80, 139

as script for performance, 3032, 135, 208

substitute for speech, 2829

timeless, 94

as transcript, 26, 2830, 101, 207

See also Inscription, Transcription, Writing

Textualization, 25n. 22, 20910

Textual variant, 27n. 28

Theme:

of a hero, 91

and information flow, 100, 102, 108

Thrasymachus, 14243

Time, 44, 46, 52, 5456, 64, 66, 74

Topic, 6466, 93

Tradition (oral or epic), 2021, 24, 31, 56, 133, 13536, 147, 156, 16061, 167n. 24, 171, 179n. 70

Traditionality, 1015, 15860, 179n. 70

Traditional referentiality, 16062

Transcript, 3, 21n. 12, 2832, 4344, 52, 208n. 3

Transcription, 2629, 44, 71, 134, 2089

Transmission, 23, 27

Truth, 136

Unperiodic style. See Periodic and unperiodic style

Use of linguistic expression, 15859

Verb, 9596, 103, 1058, 164

Vision and visualization, 45, 5558, 6768, 73, 7779, 8789, 90, 131

Voice, 26, 32

Wackernagel’s Law, 5n. 35, 101

Witte, K., 13

Writing:

as composition, 2527

culturally determined conception of, 7, 17, 19, 2328, 35, 70

as dictation, 21, 2627

distinguished from oral composition, 2325

as a form of speaking, 26

magical writing, 28n. 34

as medium transfer, 2526, 3031, 208

recording of the Iliad, 1921, 3132

as repetition, 158 See also Transcription

Zielinski’s Law, 86n. 1

Zumthor, R, 32

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