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The Homeric Narrator and His Own kleos

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The Homeric narrator's celebrated reticence about his own person, work, and aspirations has led scholars to call him modest. In this paper I argue that there are enough implicit or indirect signs which point at a Homeric narrator himself aspiring to kleos, just like the heroes he celebrates.

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