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analysis
used in The Iliad by Homer - (translated by: Pope)

3 uses
  • Mere statements are jealously watched, and the motives of the writer form as important an ingredient in the analysis of his history, as the facts he records.
    Introduction (3% in)
  • (18) But, greatly as we admire the generous enthusiasm which rests contented with the poetry on which its best impulses had been nurtured and fostered, without seeking to destroy the vividness of first impressions by minute analysis—our editorial office compels us to give some attention to the doubts and difficulties with which the Homeric question is beset, and to entreat our reader, for a brief period, to prefer his judgment to his imagination, and to condescend to dry details.
    Introduction (32% in)
  • Long and habitual reading of Homer appears to familiarize our thoughts even to his incongruities; or rather, if we read in a right spirit and with a heartfelt appreciation, we are too much dazzled, too deeply wrapped in admiration of the whole, to dwell upon the minute spots which mere analysis can discover.
    Introduction (86% in)

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