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This front matter section of the book titled Discourse Cohesion in Ancient Greek contains the table of contents, list of contributors and preface. The topic of third person pronouns is wide and complex; the book offers some insights concerning an alternative view of the Homeric uses of two third person pronouns. The application of the 'referent in the mind' model to anaphoric expressions occurring in the Homeric poems may affect exegesis and literary interpretation of passages much more than one would expect. Homeric third person pronouns arguably mark discourse cohesion far beyond syntactic and metrical needs.

Keywords: anaphoric expressions; Homeric poems



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