Reputação e presságio na assembleia homérica: poluphemos em Odisseia 2, 150

Christian Werner

Resumo


This paper aims to circumscribe the meaning of the signifier poluphemos in Odyssey Book 2, an adjective that is used to name the Cyclops blinded by Odysseus. It shall be argued that its sense is not exclusively delimited by the use of the noun phêmê in the poem, which means “talk (that has a prophetic sense unknown to the addresser but not to the addressee)”. In fact this adjective testifies the noun’s polisemy known to us through texts of the (Pre-)Archaic and Classic periods during which other nouns of the same field, like phêmis, phatis, kleêdôn and kleos, are polysemic as well. One and important reason for such a widespread polysemy is the multiplicity of performance conditions attached to the production and dissemination of discourses and consequently of memories produced by someone’s actions.


Palavras-chave


Homer. Odyssey. Poluphêmos. Phêmê. Agorê.

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