At this point Parry digressed to compose some "Notes Suggested by the Reading of the Odyssey," notes which are actually not so much about the Odyssey in particular as about the impact of certain things that he had found in South Slavic tradition on his thinking about several broader questions relating to Homer. Here you may either bypass the Digression and continue with Parry's discussion of the versions of Petar's Marko i Nina (you can return to the Digression at any time via the main menu), or you can continue to read Parry's pages in the order he dictated them. You can also begin to read the Digression and then, whenever you wish, skip ahead via the main menu from any page of the Digression to Parry's resumption of his notes on Petar's Marko i Nina.

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