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    Mythological Innovation in the Iliad.Bruce Karl Braswell - 1971 - Classical Quarterly 21 (01):16-.
    The Iliad is rich in references to stories that have only incidental relevance to the main narrative. These digressions, as they are often called, have usually been assumed to reflect a wealth of pre-Homeric legend, some of which must a have been embodied in poetry. The older Analysts tended to explain the digressions in terms of interpolation. Whether regarded as genuinely Homeric or as interpolated these myths were considered as something existing in an external tradition. More recent scholars have been (...)
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    Odyssey 8. 166–77 and Theogony 79–93.Bruce Karl Braswell - 1981 - Classical Quarterly 31 (02):237-.
    The fact that the Odyssey and the Theogony share a number of verses in common seemed to most scholars of the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries reason enough to assume that one work has influenced the other. Now that more is known about the techniques of oral poetry, which have clearly influenced the composition of both works, a greater caution is rightly shown in arguing for the priority of the one or the other on the basis of individual verses or (...)
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    Recovering pindar's metre H.-c. Günther: Ein neuer metrischer traktat und Das studium der pindarischen metrik in der philologie der paläologenzeit . ( Mnemosyne , supplementa 180.) Pp. XV + 220. Leiden, boston, and cologne: Brill, 1998. Cased. Isbn: 90-04-11008-. [REVIEW]Bruce Karl Braswell - 2000 - The Classical Review 50 (02):405-.
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    The Dream of the Rood and Aldhelm on Sacred Prosopopoeia.Bruce Karl Braswell - 1978 - Mediaeval Studies 40 (1):461-467.