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    A Note on the Bacchae.K. O'Nolan - 1958 - The Classical Review 8 (3-4):204-206.
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    Doublets in the Odyssey.K. O'Nolan - 1978 - Classical Quarterly 28 (01):23-.
    The purpose of this article is to examine a neglected formulaic element in Homer, which we may call the doublet, and to establish its nature and function by comparison with—mainly—Irish narrative literature. By doublet is meant a combination of two terms which are to all intents synonymous. Without attempting to give a new definition of formula it may be useful to say that both the doublet and the noun-epithet formula—and perhaps only these two—are formulae of the style of heroic narrative.
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    Homer and Irish Heroic Narrative.K. O'nolan - 1969 - Classical Quarterly 19 (01):1-.
    The discoveries and work of Parry and Lord have turned the old battleground of the Homeric Question and its many side issues into a scene of fruitful tillage if not of complete harmony. The exploration in Yugoslav epic songs of the nature of oral narrative, with its identification of the moment of reciting and the moment of composing, has met with wide approval in its application to the Homeric poems. Some scholars, however, feel that the difference in literary merit between (...)
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