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Place Names and Epithets in Homer and Shakespeare
IT SEEMS NATURAL for poets to treat place names with loving care, to enrich them with epithets stimulating to' the imaginatiO'n and gratifying to' the ear. In the secand baak af the Iliad ane can scarcely read Hamer's accaunt af the assembly af "the flawing-haired Achaians" with its designation of their leaders and of the places fram which they came, without taking delight in the ample store af chaice epithets with which the poet graces these last. Here are same examples (as they appear in thedoi:10.1179/nam.19188.8.131.52 fatcat:ebrygbagp5ckbniq2jle5xozb4